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435. The following Prepositions sometimes come after their nouns: ad , citrā , circum , contrā , , ē ( ex ), inter , iūxtā , penes , propter , ultrā; so regularly tenus and versus, and occasionally others:—
    [ūsus] quem penes arbitrium est et iūs et norma loquendī; (Hor. A. P. 72), custom, under whose control is the choice, right, and rule of speech.
  1. cûius ā corpus est cremātum, quod contrā decuit ab illō meum (Cat. M. 84) , whose body I burned [on the funeral pile], while on the contrary (contrary to which) mine should have been burned by him.

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