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1319. Predicate Use.—““ἦν δ᾽ αὐτῶν Φαλῖνοςand among them was PhalinusX. A. 2.1.7, Σόλων τῶν ἑπτὰ σοφιστῶν ἐκλήθη Solon was called one of the Seven Sages I. 15.235, ““τῶν ἀτοπωτάτων ἂν εἴηit would be very strangeD. 1.26; and often with verbs signifying to be, become, think, say, name, choose. With some of these verbs εἷς with the genitive may be used instead of the genitive alone.


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