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Participles: of deponent verbs, used both tran- Propert. 1. 25.

sitively and intransitively

future active, signifying desire

perfect passive, in agreement with a

noun, used for the English noun

adjectival use of

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passives used as deponents

used for substantives

Per, collocation of, in adjurations

Plural number, used poetically for the singular
Propertius: characteristics of his style, e.g.-
sudden apostrophes

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Ovid, 41, 89.

Ovid, 28, 31. 33. 129.

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Ovid, 44, 77.

omitted after fac,oportet,' 'jubeo, Ovid, 38, 69.

38, 92. 39,

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Ut, opposed to 'sic,' adversatively

Verbs: poetic use of simple for compound Tibull. 1. 2, 78.
verbs.

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