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tempĕrātor , ōris, m. id., who duly arranges, orders, or governs (very rare): “moderator ille et quasi temperator hujus tripartitae varietatis,Cic. Or. 21, 70: “voluptatis,” i. e. who enjoys it in moderation, Sen. Vit. Beat. 14, 1.—Poet.: “armorum (flumen),” i. e. that rightly tempers them, Mart. 4, 55, 15.
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