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in illo loco: see note on exaudire, sect. 67, p. 198, l. 1.

animadvertere in, proceed against, i.e. punish. The whole turning of Pompey's unfriendly action so as to make it appear in Milo's favor is a stroke of art.

posset, subj. of integral part; the imperf. (contrary to the sequence of tenses) stands for poterat and implies that the action did not take place: ยง 522, a (311, c); B. 304,3, a; G. 254, R.2; H. 525, I (476, 4); 14.-B. 582, 3, a.

hesternam fliam contionem: Cf. sect. 3 (p. 172, l. 3).

esse, in same constr. as inferre (1.18).

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