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quibus: the antecedent is eis (l. 27).

quin intellegat: § 559 (319,d); B. 284, 3; G. 556; H. 595 (504, I); H.-B. 521, l.

pati nolite, do not suffer: § 450, I (269, a) ; B. 276, c ; G. 271, 2 ; H. 561, I (489, I); H.-B. 501, 3, a, 2.

hominibus, etc., has taken from the gentlest of men the sense of mercy, through familiarity with distress (lit. in plur.). For the dative, see § 381 (229); B. 180, 2, d; G. 345 and R.1 ; H. 429 (386); H.-B. 371.


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