From: Kenneth Litwak (email@example.com)
Date: Tue Jun 19 2001 - 12:18:13 EDT
Thanks Carl and others for your reply. I'm sorry
about the typo. I got one response off-list
suggesting that ELQONTAS was simply the accusative
subject of the infinitive. All the other responses
see it as circumstantial or the like, and I wouldn't
expect to see the accusative subject between the
article and infinitive. . Could this be construed
that way, as the accusative subject? Since it is
describing what Simon signalled, as opposed ot what
JOhn and James did, I wouldn't think so. Thanks.
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