I. In gen. (only postAug.): “dirumquiddam, Sen. deIra, 3, 4: nescioquidtetrum,” Petr. 64: confestim praesentiam nostram efflari exsibilarique jusserit, to be carried out by the wind, App. M. 5, p. 163, 20.—
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