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obstare, stands against (cf. sect. 20, above).

suscipere noluit: the law by which the proscriptions were instituted was passed by the people directly, without the action of the Senate.

more majorum, i.e. that every capital judgment was subject to an appeal to the people in the comitia centuriata.

publico consilio, i.e. by their official action.

eorum, refers back to eos, l. 18, above.

reicitis, etc., pres. for fut.: ยง 468 (276, c) ; G. 228 ; H. 533, 2 (467,5); H.-B. 571.


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