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lammaste ette (COLE, Luce 1812) and cast them before his sheep 'When the hops were picked, he collected their stalks and leaves every evening and cast them before his sheep' The next-most common is the saama future construction, which is somewhat more common (25% to 17%) in the second half of the century than in the first half, e.g.
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