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" Vice versa, the plural form is often used where only an individual or particular thing is meant. Where the thought is designed to be general only, the plural is not unfrequently used. "
A Grammar of the New Testament Dialect - Page 156
by Moses Stuart - 1841 - 312 pages
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a treatise on the syntax of the new testament dialect

moses stuart - 1835
...PRONOUNS (which of course occupy the place of nouns), conform every wher£, pro re nata, to this usage. (2.) Vice versa, the plural form is often used where...E. g. (a) In a multitude of cases where the plural forra of nouns is employed to designate a single object ; as oùçavol, atSivi;, avançai, euOfiai,...
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The Baptist Missionary Magazine, Volumes 23-24

Baptists - 1843
...cases without number, the singular number of nouns and pronouns stands generically for a whole class. Vice versa, the plural form is often used where only an individual or particular thing is meant. Where the thought is designed to be general only, the plural is not unfrequently...
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The Doctrine of Baptisms: Scriptural Examination of the Questions Respecting ...

George Dodd Armstrong - Baptism - 1857 - 322 pages
...the chapter. 2. In the original, the word translated "the dead," is in the plural form. " In Greek the plural form is often used where only an individual or a particular thing is meant." (See Stuart's NT Grammar, p. 149.) And grammarians notice, what they call "the plural of dignity,"...
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The Christian Review, Volume 11

Baptists - 1846
...cases without number, the singular number of nouns and pronouns stands generically for a whole class. Vice versa, the plural form is often used, where only an individual or particular thing is meant. Where the thought is designed to be general only, the plural is not unfrequently...
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