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1948. Empiric Perfect.—The perfect may set forth a general truth expressly based on a fact of experience: ““ ἀταξία_ πολλοὺς ἤδη ἀπολώλεκενlack of discipline ere now has been the ruin of manyX. A. 3.1.38. Cp. 1930.

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