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repeated before the second noun , thus , “ the God , the father of our lord , ” then
the two nouns relate to the same subject . 3. If the copulative be omitted , and the
article be not repeated , thus , “ the God , father of our “ lord , " the nouns also ...
1 . it is not clear which of the many nouns it contains , a man so inaccurate as Mr.
Sharp , who violates his own rules and limitations with so little scruple , means to
fix upon as illustrative of his rule . 4. If the nouns be not personal ( for the ...
In Mr. Sharp's table of contents , this rule ( and indeed all the others , except the
fourth ) is restricted to personal nouns . But in the examples by which he confirms
this rule , in pages 13 and 14 , a great majority of his nouns consists of ...
At other times you extend them , without giving us any notice , to nouns which are
mere names of things , without any reference whatever to persons , such as
apvos , Bpwors , pws , yaon , & c . as in pages 8 , 10 , 12 , 13 , & c . * Sometimes
Either the two nouns are construed with a singu . lar verb , pronoun , participle ,
or adjective , or they are put in ... and consequently , unless it be referred to the
same person as the former noun Joos , would be a description without a thing to
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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.