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1839. The imperative may be used in assumptions (hypothetical imperative), to make a concession, or to grant permission: ““ἐμοῦ γ᾽ ἕνεκ᾽ ἔστωlet it be assumed as far as I am concernedD. 20.14, ““οὕτως ἐχέτω ὡς σὺ λέγειςassume it to be as you sayP. S. 201c. So even as a protasis: ““δειξάτω, κἀ_γὼ στέρξωlet him set it forth and I will be contentD. 18.112.

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