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290. Perfect participle as predicate of the participle of ei)mi/.

Even the perfect participle, however, is seldom so purely adjectival as to suffer combination with the participle of “εἰμί”.

οὐκ εἰωθὸς ὄν”, EUR. Hec. 358.

AR. Ran. 721: “τούτοισιν οὖσιν” (where Meineke reads “τούτοισι τοῖσιν”) “οὐ κεκιβδηλευμένοις”.

EUR. Hec. 358 (see above).

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