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The apostle James also used the same mode of expression --- θρησκεια καθαρα
και αμιαντος παρα τω θεώ και πατρι αυτη εστιν , επισκεπτεσαι ορφανους και
χηρας εν τη facit ei autwv , & c . James i . 27. And there are at least a dozen other
writers , and still further from allowing it , if it be extended to such as are loose
and popular . , The form of expression ... so that the one is a mere ellipsis of what
is contained at full length in the other , whatever is expressed in the latter form ...
It is likewise to be considered , that the form of expression , in which the article is
omitted before the second noun , is elliptical , as I have shewn you . figurative
syntax , of which the ellipsis is one species , does not occur so frequently as the ...
But in this picture , which is indeed quite ideal , the painter has shewn himself to
be very unskilful , both in composition and expression . The foregoing figures ,
comparatively insignificant , he places in the most conspicuous situations in the ...
But every school - boy knows that these two expressions are by no means
equivalent . ... Now , as this last mode of expression is so pat to Theodoret's
purpose , as he has also , in the words immediately preceding , mutilated for the
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Related Subjects: Greek language, Biblical -- Article. | Sharp, Granville, -- 1735-1813. -- Remarks on the uses of the definitive article in the Greek text of the New Testament.