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Sesquĭ-ŭlixes (Sescŭlixes , Plin. H. N. praef. § 24), as the designation of a thoroughly deceitful man (qs. a Ulysses and a half), of a satire of Varro (cited very freq. by Nonius), Non. 28, 12; 31, 30; 45, 2; 48, 31 et saep.
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