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" S. 141. 1. — ос av tor ijpVra tor ovar fi та oni.a /.irrai, whoever would give information of the person, who had let loose the ass among the arms. '' This is a mere joke, implying that there was no ground for alarm  "
A Greek reader: for the use of schools, containing selections in prose and ... - Page 248
by Cornelius Conway Felton - 1846 - 422 pages
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The Anabasis of Xenophon: Chiefly According to the Text of L. Dindorf, with ...

Xenophon, Ludwig August Dindorf - 1843 - 392 pages
...Uffyra rr i'or tic nula, ju/i/i'i'ffi;, whoever would give information of tne person, if/w 4ad let loose the ass among the arms. '' This is a mere joke, implying hat there was no ground for alarm " Felton. Й1. xr;, empty = vain, groundless. "Л/ia df оу&дю,...
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The Anabasis of Xenophon: Chiefly According to the Text of L. Dindorf; with ...

Xenophon - Greece - 1844 - 368 pages
...construction of то> TTf, cf. S. 149. N. 3. — oiv r or rfivia TOP Srov tic та 'nia flavor], whoever would give information of the person, -who...joke, implying that there was no ground for alarm." Felton. Sal. xti', empty = vain, groundless. "Л/ta Si oo&o<p, as soon CHAPTER 111. 1. "OS) ai...
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The Anabasis of Xenofon: Chiefly According to the Text of L. Dindorf ; with ...

Xenophon, John Jason Owen - 1847 - 375 pages
...of rv TTf, cf. S. 141. 1. — ос av tor ijpVra tor ovar fi та oni.a /.irrai, whoever would give information of the person, who...joke, implying that there was no ground for alarm " Felton. il. xtr, empty — vain, groundless. '!/fya Л од 9-ою, as soon CHAPTER 111. 1....
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A Greek Reader for the Use of Schools: Containing Selections in Prose and ...

Cornelius Conway Felton - 1854
...,-.... риии-я, whoever woukl give information of the person, who had let loose the ass amuiig the arms. This is a mere joke, implying that there was no ground for alarm. * . ' ' 20. TJ tl^a, ns they. ver. 28. cfltf-Sa, the suliject of i^i/v. 73 7. 1$!, refers to...
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A Greek reader, for the use of schools: containing selections in prose and ...

Greek language - 1855 - 420 pages
...*trX>->№. — ifa. S. 198. 10. c, for UIMK a, oj/ M'/ioi. 15. г,- .... ряг;, whoever would give information of the person, who had let loose the ass ammig the arms. This is a mere joke, implying that there was no ground for alarm. 20. yTij iT^,...
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