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EXERCISE LXII. Is-it (άρα) necessary [for us] to-consider all the hearers of Socrates [as] scoffers, or [i kai] do-we-say [that] some few proved-themselves [in-] earnest? - How impossible itevidently-is for-some women to-be-silent (art, with inf.). For [it is] necessary [that] a (use ris) Demosthenes, or Pericles, or Epaminondas, should-arise (inf.) from (prep.) the dead (adj. gen. pl.) before the ancient glory (acc.) of-the Greeks can-live-again (inf.). — Homer in his poems has-introduced a-fellow Thersites, an enemy to-every good man (gen. 2. p. 36.) and counsel. — He found a crazy fellow under his bed.

A. Who [is] your husband ?
B. What-d'ye-call-him, the publican from the Piræus.

* και ουδέν.

† The neuter gender is used here (though speaking of a man), to express contempt or displeasure ; as we say, “ Naughty little thing!

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6. άλλος, η, ο = another.

EXERCISE LXXV. αυτοί μεν ήδονται επί τη νίκη, οι θηβαίοι: βαρύνονται δε οι άλλοι της γαρ αδικίας φασίν αυτών είναι νίκην της δίκης (gen. (2.) p. 36.). - τα μεν αυτών χρήματα περί αυτους έξεστι δαν πανάν, τα δ' άλλων ουκ έξεστι. - ούκουν τη γήρα εστί τα ίδια γέρα, ως και ταϊς άλλαις ηλικίαις ;

EXERCISE LXXVI. It-is [the business] of-others to-save themselves ; but ofa-ruler and general to save his (see Rule 9. p. 32.) citizens.

- One (uèv) of-the brothers still lives; but the-two others are-lying dead (say, in-death). — Socrates (uèv) led the right wing; but of-the other, the left, the commander died a-little before the battle.

* = το αυτό.

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