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προσαγγ-έλλω ,
A.announce, bring tidings, τινι Pl.Ep.362c; “τὰ προσηγγελμέναD.18.170; “πολέμου προσαγγελθέντος ὈλατικοῦSIG 707.14 (Olbia, ii B.C.); π. τινά announce him, Thphr.Char.2.8, cf. Luc.DDeor.9.1; “π. τὸν λόγονAristaenet.2.19; freq. in Pap., PCair.Zen.481.24 (iii B. C.), PLille 6.1 (iii B. C.), etc.:—Pass., also c. part., “προσηγγέλλοντο μέλλοντες ἐμβαλεῖνPlu.Eum.5.
II. denounce,τῇ βουλῇ τιναId.Marc.2, cf. OGI483.39, 164 (Pergam.), Luc.Tox.32, etc.; “ποταγγελλέτω τὸν τούτων τι ποιεῦντα χρῄζων ἐς τοὺς μαστρούςSIG338.33 (Rhodes, iv/iii B.C.); ἑαυτόν give oneself up to justice, Hermog.Id.2.8, cf. Inv.4.13; “τινὸς οὐσίανPlu.Cic.3:—Pass., MAMA 4.297 (Dionysopolis).
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