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in eis singulis [bonis], in the case of each one.

judiciis: Pompey, in this year of his sole consulship, carried several laws intended to secure the better administration of justice.

ea, subject of potuissent.

quod, interrogative with jus.

odlo inimicitiarum, the bitterness of private resentment

libentius quam verius, with more alacrity than truth: ยง 292, N. (192); B. 240, 4; G. 299; H. 499, I (444, 2, N.1); H.-B. 242 and a.

debebat, Sc. odisem as subject.

aequaliter versaretur, found its equal.

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