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12 ) , the rule has person or thing , and in the examples , the impersonal are more
numerous than the personal nouns . The english example , which I have given as
an illustration of this rule , though it exactly corresponds to the description ...
In the first example of your sixth rule , for instance , ý xxpos xav vannfeld , it is one
affirmation to say that what these nouns express , is different ; and quite another ,
very distinct affirmation , to say that what they relate tó , is different . The first ...
30 ) to your rule . The limitations which you have made to your rule , are just as
well suited to the english language as the greek , and when applied to the former
, if you , or your readers , will make the experiment of searching for such forms of
you have had of your rule falls far short of that in the well known instance of the
king of Siam , who , because he had never seen or heard that water would
become solid by freezing , denied the possibility of it ; and still more short of that ...
you deduce from your mistranslated texts , an abso , solute impossibility !
pleading “ trumpet - tongued ” against your rule ; let ' me ask , what you have to
plead in its favour ? Theological prejudices excepted , nothing , that I can devise ,
but this ...
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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.