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Another feature of the Italic Verb is its formation of Tenses by means of Auxiliaries. This tendency asserts itself in Plautine Latin in the use of dare, reddere, habere (see P. Thielmann in Archiv Lat. Lexikographie, 2, pp. 172-423) with Perfect Participle Passive, e.g. also in the periphrastic Tense-formations mentioned below, 15, 44

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