liberatur, is proved (lit. is cleared). profectus esse: depending on liberatur; § 582 (330, b); cf. B. 332; G. 528, I; H. 611, N.1 (534, I, N.1); cf. H.-B. 590, 1. quippe, of course. obvius futurus, expecting to meet rogatione, i.e. Pompey's law to establish this court of inquiry. majoris, more important: this charge was afterwards brought up against Cicero by Mark Antony. abjecti homines: C. Sallustius and Q. Pompeius (note on sect. 45, p.190, 1.2).
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