un sy'n tystio
- un sy'n tystiodeponents
Noun(1) a person who testifies or gives a deposition
(1) Typical is Wenham: ├ö├ç├┐A deponent verb is one which is Middle or Passive in form, but Active in meaning.├ö├ç├û(2) It is a misnomer to classify this as a deponent verb; the middle force of the verb is not absent.(3) Mounce gives the figure of approximately seventy-five percent of the middle forms in the NT should be classified as deponent .(4) If that is what the deponent of this affidavit wants to say, I want to cross-examine him.(5) You are the deponent of the affidavit which you have provided to the Court Registry in support of the application?(6) He argues that in light of recent discussion we can do a better job of classifying deponent forms and understanding them than we have in the past.(7) Just because an active form doesn't exist in the relatively small corpus of the New Testament, this is no reason to deem a verb deponent .(8) The deponents to these affidavits state that they have suffered injuries which were not fully compensated for under the prior settlements.(9) When one examines the ├ö├ç├┐passive deponent├ö├ç├û verbs in question, they are a subset of the eighty-five-plus verbs that we have argued are true middles, not deponents .(10) I understand from the affidavits that the various deponents have inconvenienced themselves by coming to the Court today.(11) The adoption of such a test would sometimes require the trial of an issue or at least cross-examination of deponents to affidavits.
2. deposer ::
Different Formsdeponent, deponents
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