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In the following instances, in 115. 'he', as formed. , is annexed to the w being euphonically a reddish foot, Gen.
Which thus represent the w by adding the formative syllable ^o (which by assimilation becomes 6J 1G4, immediately 4) to escs', Co vj *j 'as*, srocs 4 , tru CO fcjo, primitive themes. A 56. rfj, 55 that of etc. in 4^0. too is ruC3o, etc. c> of 33^, i% Like and ^52^, ^^i (i a nstea^ the formative (instead 3^,), sSaOj, been attached directly to the radical C33*, which by syllable 3o having assimilation was changed into 3* ( 160,4; They are, therefore, 161). A^Og), and as such primitive themes. io).
22, to (kriye), in On ^a as 101 to in Q ; that of eros* ^ ro into z in in the 109; 9. 10. 13. 247, d, into f n. is. 251. declinable bases there grammar is and of the instrumental into