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που: cp. 176.

ἄγεις. The phrase “ἄγειν γέλωτα” denotes frequent or continued derision, as “ἄγειν κτύπον”=‘to keep up a noise’: Eur. Or. 182κτύπον ἠγάγετ̓: οὐχὶ σῖγα κ.τ.λ.” So “νεῖκος ἄγειν”, to sustain a conflict ( Pind. P. 9. 33): “σχολὴν ἄγειν”, etc.

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    • Euripides, Orestes, 182
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