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Jayyusi believes that the Arab tribes that settled in Iraq welcomed the contest between Jarir and al-Farazdaq as a means of relief from inter-tribal tensions and found the interesting naqaid output of the two poets a source of [two things]
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entertainment and catharsis


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Jayyusi believes that the Arab tribes that settled in Iraq welcomed this contest as a means of relief from inter-tribal tensions and found the interesting naqaid output of the two poets a source of entertainment and catharsis.

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We may, therefore, usefully designate the Pre-Islamic qapda as Primary Qasida, to distinguish it from the type of qafida composed in later Islamic times to which we can give the name Secondary Qasida.

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#language_greek
The weak aorist is so named because its stem requires a suffix (c added to the present stem), whereas the stem of the strong aorist resembles that of the imperfect in having no suffix.

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#language_greek
The aorist stem of λυω is λυσ- (the same as for the future), while the imperfect simply uses that of the present, λυ

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IMPERFECT AORIST SINGULAR 1 έλϋ-ον I was loosening, ελϋο-σ I loosened used to loosen 2 ελϋ-εο 3 έλϋ-ε(ν) ελϋο-ac έλϋο-ε(ν) PLURAL 1 έλϋ-ομεν έλύο-αμεν 2 έλύ-ετε 3 έλΰ-ον έλύο-ατε έλϋο-αν λύο-αι

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