From: Jason Hare (email@example.com)
Date: Sun Feb 27 2000 - 11:36:53 EST
Most grammarians will tell you that when a pronoun is used you should look
for the closest antecedent. In this case it would require that the
PEPISTEUKOTAS Jews is that antecedent and therefore the subject of
APEKRIQHSAN. As to the idea of "general reply." I don't know, but don't
think so. Probably the best way to take it is as the commentators have.
«Or is this just the best example you have met this week of prime
Don't worry, you haven't yet stolen my job!!
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