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destringendos: ยง 500, 4 (294, d); B. 337, 7, b, 2; G. 430; H. 622 (544, 2, N.2); H.-B. 612, iii. A fragment of a lost oration says that the two consuls were knocked down by stones.

flberet, might please.

jure, etc.: observe the antithesis carried out in all the modifiers (jure, injuria; loco, iniquo loco, etc.).

loco, with the advantage of ground (see note, Cat. 2, sect. 1, p. 114, l. 5).

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