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compulsor , ōris, m. id. (late Lat.).
I. Lit., a driver (of cattle), Pall. Jun. 2, 3. —
II. Transf., one who asks or forces to a payment, an exacter of money, Amm. 22, 6, 1; Cod. Th. 8, 10, 3 and 4; 11, 7, 15.
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