From: James Forsyth (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed May 09 2001 - 04:20:38 EDT
>Date: Wed, 09 May 2001 09:55:08 +1000
>To: "Natali Overkvot" <Natali_home_w@ok.kz>
>From: James Forsyth <email@example.com>
>Subject: Re: [b-greek] CLEARING UP THE GREEK ARTICLE (off topic)
>It seems this post leaves the response at a sort of "stalemate".
>1) There is nothing ambiguous about the Koine Greek article at all. It
>is, in fact, a very handy standard to assist in parsing subsequent words.
>2) Why use a nom de plume/pseudonym/pen name on a list like this (delete
>where not applicable)?
>3) "E-mail address is closed ... henceforward"?
>4) I'm sure everyone on this list, including myself, would not hesitate to
>help someone in need. But helping someone we can discern needs it (i.e.
>who lives in the same city as oneself & one sees every day) or giving to a
>reputable charity are far safer ways for one to part with one's money.
>At 01:31 PM 8/05/01 +0600, you wrote:
>>I m Andy Kirillov more known (maybe) as Natali
>>. Sorry, circumstances force me to
>>appeal to you for help. It is for
>>once, excuse me please.
>>Two or three months ago, immediately after mailing you series of messages
>>on FILEW, AGAPAW & Jn 21:15-17 (I humbly hope, it is found to be a rather
>>wholesome work), I set myself to prepare the next series on clearing up
>>peculiarities of the Greek
>>IMO, the Greek article is not ambiguous or tricky one as sometimes may
>>seem. I want to share my viewing and conclusions with you
>>objectively, accurately and demonstrably. And I have prepared hundreds
>>quotations from the Bible with proper remarks. Now it should be got up
>>and polished well (as far as possible with my English) BUT... the problem
>>is in absence of time and/or money.
>>I earn maximum one dollar an hour. It s considered to be a good pay in my
>>country, and I can do nothing with it. How much time is wasted on quite
>>stupid work for pittance! I still have not a computer and almost have not
>>opportunity to buy Greek tools and to work in the Internet.
>>Could you help me,
>>Any money will be gratefully appreciated.
>>Thank you very much,
>>PS This E-mail address is closed for me henceforward.
>>PPS The banks listed below are necessary to use as intermediate
>>BANK SWIFT AEIBUS33 7 World
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>>10048 USD - number 730978
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>>Taunus Anlage 12, D-60325, Frankfurt USD - number 949 9377
>>+ in favour of OJS Bank
>>100 Shevchenko Street, Almaty,
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>>account 500117001 MFO
>>190501719 Personal account
>>for Kirillov Andrey
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