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ordĭnātor , ōris, m. id., orderer, regulator, arranger (post-Aug.): “litis,” i. e. pleader, Sen. Ep. 109: omnium, Hilar. Trin. 4, 12, 14.—
II. An ordainer, one authorized to ordain, Ambros. in 2 Tim. 4, 13.
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