From: Mark Wilson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu Mar 22 2001 - 23:39:35 EST
AMHN LEGW hUMIN, OUK EGHGERTAI EN GENNHTOIS GUINAIKWN MEIZWN IWANNOU
BAPTISTOU; hO DE MIKROTEROS EN THi BASILEIAi TWN OURANOWN MEIZWN AUTOU
But hO DE is a standard connective denoting a shift of subject without
necessarily any contrastive or adversative force.
I think you are exactly right. I would NOT connect the hO with the DE, but
the DE itself is far from always, or even generally, denoting a contrastive
or adversative force.
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