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in-distanter , adv. 2. in-disto (late Lat.).
I. Uninterruptedly: “syllaba uno spiritu indistanter profertur,Prisc. p. 565 P. —
II. Without distinction, without exception (post-class.), Amm. 27, 9, 41; 31, 6.
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