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I am trying to write the subject phrase in Greek. I've come up with μὴ ἔα τῷ νόθῳ κατετριφθῆναι, which I am hoping literally means "do not allow to be worn down by the bastards"). I am awful at composition, so I'm assuming there's a problem. Or is it good to go?
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