By Marcus Tullius Cicero
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Doret, JNES 39 (1980), 37-45. f) is a pseudo-verbal construction which has the additional function of optionally placing 'emphasis' on the subject, cf fn 77. 69 in the pseudo-verbal construction the subject is ordinarily placed before the other members of the bare construction. Hence we would not expect tofindexamples exhibiting a TOPIC-subject dependency except under exceptional circumstances. Circumstantially adverbial? f The brave man, the coward takes away his property. ii) after initial particles 62) Adm 7,4: mîn sSt3 n î3 hmm drwf sh3w See the secrets'of the land which were unknown, its limits are revealed.
F in sdrw m33 rswt Pass over a case and it will become two. It is the eater who tastes. He who is addressed, he answers. It is the sleeper who sees the dream. f) and the change in function of iw. 78 The postulated omitted pronoun does not abide by the standard conventions for pronoun omission (cf section 3): omission underrelevance,which is optional; and omission under agreement, which is clearly inappropriate here. 0 ml shr ny (It) was like the plan of god. A. Collier, Tieview', DE 18 (1990) forthcoming for brief arguments against analysing iw as the direct subject of the adverbial predicate).