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891. Θαμίζω, to be wont or frequent, may take the participle. E.g. Οὔ τι κομιζόμενός γε θάμιζεν, “he was not used to being thus cared for.” Od. viii. 451. Οὐ θαμίζεις καταβαίνων εἰς τὸν Πειραιᾶ, “you do not come down to the Piraeus very often.” PLAT. Rep. 328 C.

For examples of the aorist participle with the present or imperfect of some of the above verbs (887-890), retaining its own reference to past time, see 146.

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