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Thanks to Lex for pointing out some helpful tools to me. Both Kalós
, and Diogenes
have helped minimize some of the more intense aspects of studying Greek. Only a small part of Diogenes works without buying the whole database, but I have it so it's wonderful. And I wouldn't bet my life on Kalós, but every little thing helps me. I know others have mentioned these tools but I owe Lex for the hint.
words are such a poor representation of reality. please listen to what I mean, not what I say.
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