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1771. The indicative states particular or general suppositions, makes affirmative or negative assertions, which may or may not be absolutely true. Thus, in assumptions, ἐξήμαρτέ τις ἄ_κων: συγγνώμη ἀντὶ τι_μωρία_ς τούτῳ suppose some one involuntarily committed an offence; for him there is pardon rather than punish- ment D. 18.274, and often after καὶ δή, as ““καὶ δὴ τεθνᾶσιand suppose they are deadE. Med. 386.

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