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harpax , ăgis, adj., = ἅρπαξ,
I.drawing to itself, rapacious.Lit., of amber and brimstone: “in Syria feminas verticillos inde (i. e. ex electro) facere et vocari harpaga, quia folia paleasque et vestium fimbrias rapiat,Plin. 37, 2, 11, § 37; “so of sulphur,id. 35, 15, 50, § 176 (the correct reading, see Sillig ad h. l.).
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