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1252. οὗτος (less often ἐκεῖνος) may take up and emphasize a preceding subject or object. In this use the pronoun generally comes first, but may be placed after an emphatic word: ποιήσαντες στήλην ἐψηφίσαντο εἰς ταύτην ἀναγράφειν τοὺς α᾽:λιτηρίους having made a slab they voted to inscribe on it the (names of the) offenders Lyc. 117, ““ ἂν εἴπῃς, ἔμμενε τούτοιςwhatever you say, hold to itP. R. 345b. The anaphoric αὐτός in its oblique cases is weaker (1214).

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