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odio: ยง 382, I and N.1 (233, a); B. 191; G. 356; H. 433, 2 (390, i); H.-B. 360 and b.

propositam, put up fir sale; addictam, knocked down (terms of the auction room).

Martem communeni, the favor of Mars: a proverbial phrase implying that the favors of Mars are impartially bestowed, now on the one side now on the other (cf. our "the fortune of war").

pransi: the prandium was the noon-day meal, generally simple, of fruit and bread, but made by high-livers a luxurious meal.

interciusum, i.e. Clodius had passed Milo himself, who was thus shut off from his own followers.


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