According to Liddell-Scott-Jones’ Greek-English Lexicon, ἀπὸ μιᾶς means “with one accord,” as found in Eu. Luc 14.18 (LSJ 492, εἷς entry). This is very similar to Marshall’s “unanimously.” I’m pretty satisfied now.
Filed under Greek Grammar, Two Year GNT
Is that the only example they cite?
That’s the only entry in LSJ for the combination of ἀπὸ and μία. BDAG says, “as idiom w. noun to be supplied Mitt-Wilck. I/2, 46, 15 [338 AD] μίαν ἐκ μιᾶς, i.e. ἡμέραν=day after day).–B. 937; 1007f. DELG. M-M. EDNT. TW. Sv.” (p. 293, 5f). A few more references than LSJ.
Perseus has lots of examples to look at: http://old.perseus.tufts.edu/cgi-bin/vor?target=greek,1&collection=Any&lookup=apo+mias&formentry=1&template=&.submit=Search&searchText=&type=phrase&alts=1&extern=1&group=collcat&.cgifields=group&.cgifields=alts&.cgifields=type&.cgifields=extern
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