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Page 200 - The same writer in reviewing Delbriick's Altindische Syntax says (AJP xni. 285): ' To pronounce a case originally grammatical is simply equivalent to saying that its ultimate character lies beyond our discovery; and the statement might much better be made in the latter form. For to postulate such a value at the very beginning is to deny the whole known history of language, which shows that all forms begin with something material, apprehensible by the senses, palpable Such an explanation simply other...
Page 365 - Emas, non quod opus est, sed quod necesse est. Quod non opus est, asse carum est.
Page 280 - Mea voluptas, mea delicia, mea vita, mea amoenitas, meus ocellus, meum labellum, mea salus, meum savium, meum mel, meum cor, mea colustra, meus molliculus caseus — MI.
Page 304 - Amph. 293 nullust hoc metuculosus aeque; Cas. 684 neque est neque fuit me senex quisquam amator adaeque miser; Curc.
Page 381 - So. peiore res loco non potis est esse quam in quo nunc sitast. primum indotatast ; tum praeterea, quae secunda ei dos erat, periit : pro virgine dari nuptum non potest. hoc relicuomst : si infitias ibit, testis mecum est anulus quem amiserat. postremo quando ego conscia mihi sum a me culpam esse hanc procul neque pretium neque rem ullam intercessisse illa aut...
Page 201 - If the intellectual values of terms are anterior to their physical ; if the tense and mode uses of have and will and would and their like are the original ones ; if be began with being an expression of the copula; if the -dom of wisdom and the -wise of likewise and the -head of godhead were derivative suffixes before they were independent nouns — then, and not otherwise, was a case originally grammatical.
Page 229 - Quod ille dixit, qui secundo vento vectus est tranquillo mari, Ventum gaudeo.
Page 263 - ... employed (cf. n, b), or it is heu (cf. in, a) or ah (Terence only, cf. n, c) ; o never occurs, (c) The adjective or modifying genitive always follows the noun in connection with edepol, eu edepol, ecastor, and eu ecastor (the last two occurring but once each) and usually with hercle and eu hercle.- The triumph of the o category brought with it the triumph of a free word order in this construction.
Page 266 - ... eo, quia semen viride et maturum habet — id semen de cupresso, de pino quidvis anni legere possis — item quidvis anni matura est et tempestiva.
Page 378 - Cetera cultura est multum sarire1 et diligenter eximere semina et per tempus radices quam plurimas cum terra ferre ; ubi radices bene operueris, calcare bene, ne aqua noceat. Siquis quaeret, quod tempus oleae serendae siet, agro sicco per sementim, agro laeto per ver.

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