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PARTICIPLES AND VERBALS: Participles pronoun implied from pronominal adjective

Participle with Pronoun implied. Sometimes a pronoun on which a participle depends can be easily understood from a pronominal adjective. Compare
Nostros vidisti flentis ocellos.
So

“Not helping, death's my fee.

i.e. "death is the fee of me not helping."

“Men
Can counsel speak and comfort to that grief
Which they themselves not feel; but, tasting it,
Their counsel turns to passion.

“She dares not look, yet, winking, there appears
Quick-shifting antics ugly in her eye.

Coming (as we came) from Sardis, on our former ensign
Two mighty eagles fell.

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