From: lance w seevers (email@example.com)
Date: Thu Feb 14 2002 - 16:51:56 EST
What is the sense behind the different usages of MNHMONEUW? Do some
authors use it with the accusative case and others with the genitive?
I have the second edition BAGD. It does show the distinction in usage.
Under the accusative heading it has with a person and also with a thing.
Under the genitive it also has with a person and with a thing. Is there
difference in meaning?
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