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" the subjunctive mood indicates the immediate and the optative the remote consequence of the action contained in the principal verb, the second being a consequence upon the first") adopted also by Donaldson, New Cratylus, p. "
Syntax of the moods and tenses of the Greek verb - Page 95
by William Watson Goodwin - 1860
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The Gentleman's Magazine, and Historical Chronicle, for the Year ..., Volume 101

Edward Cave, John Nichols - Literature - 1831
...the one mood to the other suggests that the conse<raences are not co*tm»priraneou.i but svccessiee. "The subjunctive mood indicates the immediate, and the optative the remote consequence, the second being a consequence upon the first. To mark this gradation, different moods are employed...
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The Theatre of the Greeks: A Series of Papers Relating to the History and ...

John William Donaldson, James Tate - Greek drama - 1836 - 598 pages
...to a passage, apparently awkward, but which in fact exhibits a new canon of Attic usage, namely, " that the subjunctive mood indicates the immediate,...consequence of the action contained in the principal verb. Vide Arnold's Thucydides. Book in. £. 22. rfEoet<ra, ut} ffoi тгоХе/uíos Xet00eis о тга7$...
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The history of the Peloponnesian War

Thucydides - Greece - 1847
...several consequences are not contemporaneous, but that the subjunctive mood indicates the immediatf. and the optative the remote consequence of the action contained in the principal verb ; the second being a conséquence upon the first: and that to mark this gradation different moods...
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GDymoscénous@ ŏ perì tŷs@ parapresbeías@ lógos@.

Demosthenes - 1853
...Hermann on Viger. n. 350. and the passages quoted in Arnold's note on Thucyd. III. 22. Arnold's own idea (that "the subjunctive mood indicates the immediate...consequence of the action contained in the principal verb, the second being a consequence upon the first") adopted also by Donaldson, New Cratylus, p. 486....
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Demosthenes, Volume 2

Demosthenes, Robert Whiston - Speeches, addresses, etc., Greek - 1868
...¿TioroXuv a Ф/Лигто! ¿£ifVo« таит; тр ffofras rois StKaiots t iii. 22) explanation, viz. that "the subjunctive mood indicates the immediate,...consequence of the action contained in the principal verb, the second being a consequence upon the first." Pretty nearly to the same effect is the remark...
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