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[*] 703. Upon this principle (694) final and object clauses with ἵνα, ὡς, ὅπως, ὄφρα, and μή, after past tenses, admit the double construction of indirect discourse, and allow the subjunctive or the future indicative instead of the optative, to retain the form in which the purpose would be originally conceived. (See 318 and 339.)
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