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What is the meaning of the dative in this sentence: “Dem Tod die Toten.”
I came across the sentence "Dem Tod die Toten" in a book I'm reading ("Der Schwarm" by Frank Schätzing) and I can not understand it. It seems like this use of the dative implies a meaning which in ...
Aug 22 '11 at 14:07
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