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  • ἐν (dat.), P. παρά (acc.). Rising up during dinner: P. ἐξαναστάντες μεταξὺ δειπνοῦντες (Dem. 284). Look up during on Perseus Dictionaries | Perseus KWIC
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  • and P, ὁ δήμιος; see executioner. public life: Ar. and P. πολιτεία, ἡ. during the time of my public life: P. καθʼ οὗς ἐπολιτευόμην χρόνους (Dem. 248)
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  • Transf.    A Of time, through, throughout, during, for: quod des bubus per hiemem, the winter through, during the winter, Cato, R. R. 25: nulla res per
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  • quom ADV :: as soon; while, as (well as); whereas, in that, seeing that; on/during which quom quom PREP ABL :: with, together/jointly/along/simultaneous with
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  • intra PREP ACC :: within, inside; during; under intra intra interius, intime ADV :: within, inside, on the inside; during; under; fewer than
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  • or contemporary with those of Euripides. Sophocles wrote over 120 plays during the course of his life, but only seven have survived in a complete form:
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  • upon, in addition to; during (time); concerning; beyond super super PREP ACC :: upon/on; over, above, about; besides (space); during (time); beyond (degree)
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  • classem sub ipso ore urbis incendit, Flor. 2, 15.—    B Of time, in, within, during, at, by: ne sub ipsā profectione milites oppidum irrumperent, Caes. B. C
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  • dies XLV. inter binos ludos, Cic. Verr. 2, 2, 52 fin.; Liv. 1, 3.—    b During, in the course of, within; for which, in English, we sometimes use by or
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  • V. ἐπωπᾶν, Ar. καταφυλάσσειν; see behold, observe. Dercylus watched him during the night at Pherae: P. Δερκύλος αὐτὸν ἐν Φεραῖς τὴν νύκτα ἐφύλασσε (Dem
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  • α, ὁ,    A = ὕδραυλις (s. v.l.), Porph. in Harm.p.293 W. (=p.119 Düring).
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  • Herm.in Phdr. p.67 A.    II turning of the Chorus: hence, the strain sung during this evolution, strophe (cf. ἀντίστροφος IV, ἀντιστροφή 1), Pherecr.145
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  • 173.—But in is freq. added when it is related how often a thing happened during the year, Varr. R. R. 2, 11, 8: ter in anno, Cic. Rosc. Am. 46: semel in
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  • de ὅστις. ὅτου v.s. ὅστις for the genitive case of ὅστις (as adverb); during which same time, i.e. whilst: whiles. ὅτου: (= οὗτινος) gen. к ὅστις.
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  • I Annaeus Cornutus, a grammarian, Gell. 2, 6.— II M. Cornutus, a prætor during the consulate of Hirtius and Pansa, Cic. Phil. 14, 14, 37. Look up in:
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  • Alpheus, who flowed down from Arcadia through Elis to the sea. He fell in love during their encounter, but she fled after discovering his presence and intentions
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  • χειμῶνος, διὰ τοῦ χ., Pl. Ti.74c, X.HG3.2.9; χειμῶνα during winter, S.OT1138 (v.l. χειμῶνι) ; τὸν χ. during the winter, Hdt.3.117, X.HG1.4.1; τὸν δεινὸν χ.
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  • without ἄνεμοι,    A periodic winds, esp. those blowing from north-west during the summer, Hdt.2.20, 6.140, cf. Hp.Aër.10, D.4.31, Arist.Mete.361b35; of
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  • constellation consisting of 34 stars. Acc. to the myth, Cupid and Venus, during the war of the Titans, were carried for safety across the Euphrales by fishes
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  • Schneid.; Plaut. Aul. 1, 1, 33; Most. 2, 2, 14; Merc. 5, 2, 21), adv. dies, I during the day, in the daytime, by day (not in Cic.): canes interdiu clausos esse
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