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[*] 294. The subjunctive and the future indicative are used with the double negative οὐ μή in independent sentences, sometimes expressing a denial, like the future indicative with οὐ, and sometimes a prohibition, like the imperative or subjunctive with μή. The compounds of both οὐ and μή can be used here as well as the simple forms. For a discussion of the origin of this construction, and of the relation of the sentences of denial to those of prohibition, see Appendix II.
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