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torquātus , a, um, adj. torques,
I.adorned with a neck-chain or collar. In gen.: “miles,presented with a chain for his bravery, Veg. Mil. 2, 7 fin.: “affuit Alecto brevibus torquata colubris,with snakes coiled about her neck, Ov. H. 2, 119: “palumbus,the ring-dove, Mart. 13, 67, 1: quid de aliis dicimus, qui calamistratos et torquatos habeant in ministerio, Amhros. Ep. 69, 7.
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