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Chorus
May Zeus, who apportions everything, never set his power in conflict with my will, [530] nor may I be slow to approach the gods, with holy sacrifices of oxen slain, by the side of the ceaseless stream of Oceanus, my father; [535] and may I not offend in speech; but may this rule abide in my heart and never fade away.

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