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" The genitive absolute is regularly used only when a new subject is introduced into the sentence (§ 110, 1), and not when the Participle can be joined with any substantive already belonging to the construction. Yet this rule is sometimes violated, in... "
Syntax of the Moods and Tenses of the Greek Verb - Page 224
by William Watson Goodwin - 1875 - 264 pages
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Short notes on the Greek text of the Acts of the Apostles

James Hamblin Smith - 1879
...new subject is introduced into the sentence, and not when the participle can be joined with any noun already belonging to the construction. Yet this rule...violated, in order to give greater prominence to a particular clause, as in Thuc. i. 114. ¿iccrтаcrei, a trance. See note on x. 10. 19. rnjiтjV <f>v\aкiÇшv....
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the helena of euripides

...: ' The genitive absolute is regularly used only when a new subject is introduced into the sentence and not when the participle can be joined with any...substantive already belonging to the construction. Yet this principle is sometimes violated, in order to make the participial clause more prominent and to express...
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