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" It certainly is not future ; but it seems to me impossible to conceive of it as past, or even as strictly present. It rather refers indefinitely to any one of a series or class of acts; and the Greek is perhaps the only language which ever undertook systematically... "
Syntax of the Moods and Tenses of the Greek Verb - Page 129
by William Watson Goodwin - 1875 - 264 pages
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The Bibliotheca Sacra, Volume 47

Bible - 1890
...present or past supposition is said to be general, when the protasis refers indefinitely to anyone of a series or class of acts, and not to a definite act or a definite series of acts. The apodosis must express a customary or repeated action or agetieral truth." It is noticeable that...
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Transactions of the American Philological Association, Volumes 6-10

American Philological Association - Philology - 1876
...future ; but it seems to me impossible to conceive of it as past, or even as strictly present. It rather refers indefinitely to any one of a series or class of acts; and the Greek is perhaps the only language which ever undertook systematically to distinguish this indefinite...
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The Journal of Philology, Volume 8

William George Clark, John Eyton Bickersteth Mayor, William Aldis Wright, Ingram Bywater, Henry Jackson - Classical philology - 1879
...future; but it seems to me impossible to conceive of it as past, or even as strictly present. It rather refers indefinitely to any one of a series or class of acts ; and the Greek is perhaps the only language which ever undertook systematically to distinguish this indefinite...
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Transactions of the American Philological Association

Philology - 1877
...future ; but it seems to me impossible to conceive of it as past, or even as strictly present. It rather refers indefinitely to any one of a series or class of acts ; and the Greek is perhaps the only language which ever undertook systematically to distinguish this indefinite...
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