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is: referring to the Senate.

judicio: abl. of means.

qui sis, what sort of man you are.

reddere,pay back.

fac . . . veniat: ยง 565 (33I, f, R.); cf. B. 295, 8; G. 553, I (end); H. 565, 4 (499, 2); H.-B. 502, 3, footnote 2

legis Aciliae:this (probably B.C. 101) provided that there should be neither ampliatio (further hearing) nor comperendinatio (see note on sect. 34, p. 40, l. 18) in cases of repetundae. All earlier laws were superseded by the Cornelian law of Sulla.

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