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σκευωρ-έομαι , aor.
A.ἐσκευωρησάμηνD.45.47: pf. “ἐσκευώρημαιId.32.9, 11:—Act. “σκευωρέωPh.2.569; and pf. ἐσκευώρημαι in pass. sense, D.45.5:—prop. look after the baggage or utensils (σκεύη), but only found in general sense, inspect, examine thoroughly, “τοὺς τάφουςStr.16.1.11; ς. τὴν Πομπηΐου οἰκίαν ransack it, Plu.Caes.51, cf. Cam. 32,2.587f.
II. contrive, manage, fabricate, D.32.9,11,45.47, 46.17, Diog.Oen.24; with a sense of fraud or intrigue, “τἀν ΠελοποννήσῳD.9.17; ς. ὑποκρίσεις contrive dramatic effects, Plu.2.711e.
III. intr., ς. περὶ τὰς νεοττιάς to be busy about them, Arist.HA619a24.
2. act knavishly, “περί τιD.17.20.
3. abs., plagiarize, D.L.2.61.
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    • Demosthenes, Philippic 3, 17
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    • Strabo, Geography, 16.1.11
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