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1124. The Article with Participles.—A participle with the article may denote an entire class: βουλόμενος any one who wishes. Cp. 2050, 2052.

τυχών any chance comer, ἡγησόμενος a guide, ““οὐκ ἀπορήσετε τῶν ἐθελησόντων ὑπὲρ ὑ_μῶν κινδυ_νεύεινyou will not be in want of those who will be willing to encounter danger for youD. 20.166, οἱ λογοποιοῦντες newsmongers 4. 49. The same sense is expressed by πᾶς with a participle or adjective. On the article with a participle in the predicate, see 1152.

a. When the reference is to a particular occasion, the article may be particular (2052); as λέγων the speaker on a definite occasion.

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