From: Kevin W. Woodruff (email@example.com)
Date: Fri Oct 08 1999 - 15:46:55 EDT
In footnote 20 of the preface (page xix) Wallace states:
One general exception to this appoach involves the rare categories that are
frequently appealed to in commentaries (e.g. dative of agency, imperitival
participle); these should be recognized if only to help the student become
critical of their overuse in exegetical works. Most such abused categories
are highlighted by a dagger in the left margin.
At 12:20 AM 10/8/99 EDT, you wrote:
>In the "Greek Grammar Beyond The Basics" by Wallace, there appears a
>little cross by some of the cases. The Dative case is a good example. On
>page 137, this sign appears to the left of the "Dative of Content." in the
>What does that little cross-like sign mean?
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