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[31] Will there be men of any age who will not count them blessed? What of the older generation, who think that through the efforts of these men they have been placed in safety and will pass the rest of their lives free from dread? Consider their compeers . . .1

1 The sense is supplied by Kenyon as follows: “To them it has been given, because these died in battle, to enjoy their lives in honor and safety.”

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