From: John Wilking (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed Apr 25 2001 - 00:35:12 EDT
I was attempting to do a semantic range of PARARREW some time back. I never
finished it, naturally, but I was left with two questions. The first
concerns a supposed use of PARARREW in Plutarch's Moralia 754A. I think
this is the place where he speaks of a ring "slipping" from a finger. Isn't
he using the verb PERIRREW? Second, I couldn't find a clear instance of the
verb meaning drift, of water flowing, but not of something drifting.
Anybody know of one?
John C. Wilking
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