The first Greek book. [With] Key, Volume 1

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Page 28 - Gryllus was dead ; and he laid-indccd his garland aside, but weut-on sacrificing : but when the messenger added this also, that he died victorious, Xenophon put-on (Ex.
Page 31 - I be happy and beloved by the gods. 14. Alexander said : " If I were not Alexander, I would be [or, would have been] Diogenes.
Page 20 - Many eat before they are hungry, and drink before they are thirsty. 11. Fortune is not an ally to those who do not act. 12. Pericles lightened, thundered, ihre"
Page 21 - Would that we had been satisfied with our present circumstances. 15. How could I dare to hurt my friend ? 16. The body is often both hungry and thirsty ; but how can the mind be either hungry or thirsty?

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