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ŭter-lĭbet , utrălĭbet, utrumlĭbet,
I. Which of the two you please, whichsoever of the two (rare but class.): “utrumlibet elige, alterum incredibile est, alterum nefarium et ante hoc tempus utrumque inauditum,Cic. Quint. 26, 81.—
A. ŭtrālĭbet , adv., on whichever of two sides, on either side, Plin. 2, 18, 16, § 79.—
B. ŭtrōlĭbet , adv., to either one of two sides, to either side: “ne inclinata utrolibet cervix,Quint. 1, 11, 9.
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