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61. The aorist sometimes refers vividly to the future, like the present (32) or perfect (51); as “ἀπωλόμην εἴ με λείψεις,” “I perish if you leave me.EUR. Alc. 386 : so EUR. Med. 78. See also ὤλετο, Il. ix. 413 and 415.

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