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375. Κίνδυνός ἐστι, the principal expression denoting danger, which takes μή and a finite verb, is quite as regularly followed by the infinitive. E.g. Οὐ σμικρὸς κίνδυνός ἐστιν ἐξαπατηθῆναι, “there is no little danger of their being deceived.” PLAT. Crat. 436B.

Κινδυνεύω is regularly followed by the infinitive (747).

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