From: Bill Ross (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri Apr 16 1999 - 16:58:50 EDT
In my own experience it is not only unusual and unexpected but utterly
unthinkable that an intransitive verb like EIMI should have a direct object
or that a direct object should have the sense of "in."
Would this be another example of a transitive EIMI - with the object having
the sense of "in?"
QEOS HN EN XRISTW - 2 Cor 5:19
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