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inter-lŏquor , lŏcūtus or lŏquūtus, 3, v. dep.,
I.to speak between, interrupt in speaking.
II. In law, to pronounce an interlocutory sentence: “si judex ita interlocutus sit, Vim fecisti,Dig. 48, 19, 32 al.
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