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instare, is close at hand; plane merely emphasizes the idea of the verb.

propagarit: for tense, see § 516, c, N. (307, c, a.) ; G. 595, N.2; H. 540(473).

pertimescamus, possit: subj. of characteristic.

unius: Pompey, just returning from his triumphs in the East.

quacumque ratione, sc. fieri potest

resecanda erunt, shall need the knipe (lit. must be cut away): the figure is derived from surgery.

si. . permanent: § 516, a, N. (307, a, N.); G. 228; H. 533, 2 (467,5); H.-B. 572.

exspectent: hort. subj. in apod.; § 516, d (307, d); B. 305, 2 G. 595; H. 580 (508, 4); H.-B. 532,1.

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