equidem, i.e. for my own part. quas partim,some of which. devitarim,subj. as a part of the concession contained in cum . . .sint: § 593 (342); B. 324, I; G. 663, I; H. 652 (529, ii); H-B. 539. neque . . . neque, following numquam, does not destroy the negative, but is more emphatic than aut . . . aut.
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