Pl. Ap. 24b4:
αὕτη ἔστω ἱκανή ἀπολογία πρὸς ὑμᾶς: πρὸς δὲ Μέλητον ..
Let this apology before you be sufficient; but against Meletum ..
Here two occurrences of πρός with only one word separating them is used in two different senses. My quæstion: is this a figure of speech with a Greek name?
(How does one produce an ἄνω τελεία (upper dot) in Windows?)