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78. The future perfect often denotes the continuance of an action, or the permanence of its results, in future time. E.g. “Δύναμιν, ἧς ἐς ἀίδιον τοῖς ἐπιγιγνομένοις μνήμη καταλελείψεται,” “power, the memory of which will be left to our posterity for ever.” THUC. ii. 64. (Compare 105.

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