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  • P. and V. δυσχέρεια, ἡ. Raise objections: use, object, v. Be open to objection: P. ἔγκλημα ἔχειν. There is no objection to: P. and V. οὐδεὶς φθόνος (infin
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  • πρεσβευομένων ἡμῶν, ταῦτα ἄριστα (Thuc. 1, 82). well, but (introducing an objection): P. ἀλλὰ νὴ Δία (Dem. 755). well, suppose: Ar. and V. καὶ δή; see under
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  • 1 Ep.Cor.12.28, Iamb.Myst.7.3.    4 claim to a thing, X.HG 3.5.5.    5 objection, Pl.Phd.87a, Sph.241b, Hp.Ma.287a, Plu.Alex. 18, Iamb.Myst.1.1, al.: in
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  • have no objection, to be willing: cum se non nolle dixisset, Cic. de Or. 2, 18, 75: quos ego nominarem: neque ipsi nolunt, and they have no objection, id.
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  • cogn., ψ. ψόγους Id.Grg.483c:—Pass., ἡ ἐπιείκεια οὐ ψέγεται there is no objection to it, we find no fault with it, Th.5.86; ψέγεται ὡς τοιοῦτον ὄν Pl.R.358a;
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  • : generally, interference, ὀνύχων Iamb.Protr.21.ιθ'.    III in Logic, objection to an argument, ἔ. πρότασις προτάσει ἐναντία Arist.APr.69a37, cf. Top.157a35
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  • transference of meaning, Eust.79.12.    5 objection, counterplea, Sch.Pl.Euthphr.4d; esp. concurrence coupled with objection, Syrian. in Hermog.2.153 R., Corn
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  • Prob. 1470 ib. as the prevailing one, to which the dim. apicula is no objection, since fides also has fidicula.—The gen. plur. varies between -ium and
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  • without previous limitation, Tac. A. 6, 15.—    C In law, an exception, objection, demurrer: aut intentio, aut praescriptio habet controversiam, Quint. 7
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  • tout cela est incontestable, mais : Cic. Mur. 74 || [pour introduire une objection] v. at ; b) sed enim, mais de fait : Cic. de Or. 1, 16 ; Cæl. 60 ; Virg
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  • contrādictĭo: ōnis, f. contradico, I a reply, answer, objection, counter-argument (post-Aug.; most freq. in Quint. of judicial replications): ubi contradictioni
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  • καί τοι , and indeed, and further, Hom., Eur. II. and yet, to mark an objection, καίτοι τί φημι; Aesch.; καίτοι τί φωνῶ; Soph.:—also, strengthd. καίτοι
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  • Ph.250, cf. 1383; v. infr. 111.1.    4 π. δὲ . .; to introduce a strong objection, π. δὲ σὺ νῦν μέμονας, κύον ἀδδεές . .; Il.21.481, cf. Od.18.31; δόξει
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  • Transf.    A Rhet. t. t.: ante occupatio, an anticipation of an opponent's objections, Cic. de Or. 3, 53, 205 (but in Auct. Her. 4, 27, 37, the true reading
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  • 36e, Arist.Metaph. 1011a6, etc.    2 esp. in the Dialectic of Arist., objection raised to an ἐπιχείρημα (q.v.), Id.Top.162a17.    3 practical difficulty
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  • (Josephus, Antiquities 8,11, 1 βασιλεύς γάρ ἐξεγείρεται ὑπ' ἐμοῦ); but the objection to these interpretations lies in the fact that Paul draws from ἐξεγείρειν
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  • Prellwitz KZ 47, 303 f. identical with a Baltic word for aggravation, objection, burden, nuisance, damage, Lith. slogà, Latv. slāga (IE *slōgʷā), verbal
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  • an anachronism, Ascon. ad Cic. Verr. 1, 45 fin.; or a refuting of an objection by anticipation (written as Greek), Quint. 4, 1, 49; 9, 2, 16. Look up
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  • ἡ,    A reply, opp. πεῦσις, D.H.Dem.54; esp. reply to a supposed objection, Quint.Inst.9.3.87, Hermog.Inv.3.4, Ulp. ad D.3.10.    II reply, A.D.Synt.72
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  • it ὁμοῦ ἡρμοσθαι (so Theophylact (cf. Tdf.'s note)). But there is this objection, that all the verbs compounded with ὁμοῦ govern the dative, not the genitive
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