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infidelitates, [acts of] ill-faith. This and the following plural abstracts are, as often, best translated by the singular in English: ยง 100, c (75, c) ; B. 551 4, c; G. 204, R5; H. 138, 2 (130, 2); H.-B. 240,5, b.

motu aliquo, i.e. there will perhaps be some disturbance of the general welfare of the state (communium temporum). Cicero's apprehensions were more than fulfilled in the great Civil War between Caesar and Pompey.

experti: an allusion to Cicero's own misfortunes and exile.

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