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[*] 114. Of course the use of a Dual Predicate with a verb in the First Person Plural is not a violation of the rules of concord. See above 105. “ἐσμὲν δὲ μόνω ἐν ἐρημίᾳ”, PLATO, Phaedr. 236C; We are alone (just you and I)—all alone.
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