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αά αβ αΓβ αη αηιΐ αίβο αίδο αΐΐ ατβ ββ βββ ββηββ βεβ βη βηά βίο βνβη βο βοιηβ βς ΓΓΟΠΙ ΓΟΓ δββ Εβν Εοιη η&νβ ηά ηαβ ηανβ ηβ ΗβΓ ΗβΓβ Ηβηοβ Ηβπη ηο ηοί ηονβνβΓ ηώ ί,ηβ ίβ ίβ ηοί ίδ ίηαί ίηβ Ιηε ίηίβ ιηοΓβ ίί Ιιανβ Ιιβ Ιΐιβ Ιΐιε ΙιΧΧ ίν ίοΓ ίοπη ίϋ ίχ Κβν Κοιη Λβ ΛΘ Μί Μΐί νβ νβΓ νβΛ νηβΓβ νηβη νηίοη νί νΐιίοΐι νίϋ νϋ νϋί οβ ΟΓββΙί οηβ οηΐ οηΐγ οηοβ Οι/τ οίΗβΓ ον οοη οοηιρ Οοΐ οοιηρ οοιηραΓβ οοπιρ οοπιραΓβ Οτ Ρη ΡΙαί ρΐαοβ Ρορρο ρρ Τηβ τί Τίβοη Τΐιβ ϋί ϋοη Χβη χι χίν χίϋ χίχ χν χνί χνϋ χϋ χϋί χχ χχί χχίν χχν χχνί χχνϋ χχϋ
Page 169 - personal description respecting office, dignity, affinity, or connexion, and attributes, properties or qualities good or ill), if the article i, or any of its cases, precedes the first of the said nouns or participles, and is not repeated before the second noun
Page 578 - Jesus said, Make the men sit down : now there was much grass in the place.
Page 573 - retains its exceptive force or not, for this it seems always to do (see note on i. 7), but whether the exception refers to the whole clause or to the verb alone.
Page 169 - but the dogmatic conviction derived from Paul's writings that this apostle cannot have called Christ the great God induced me to show that there is no grammatical obstacle to our taking the clause
Page 169 - Alford in loc. ; and though these writers come to different conclusions (the latter agreeing with Winer, the former rendering the words, " of our great God and Saviour Jesus Christ "), they are entirely agreed as to the
Page 411 - the subject of the infinitive is the same as that of the finite verb, any
Page 170 - The rule is sound in principle, but, in the case of proper names or quasi-proper names, cannot safely be pressed
Page 138 - either from its nature, or from the context, or by reference to a circle of ideas which is assumed to be familiar to the reader's mind