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ab-sistō stitī, —, ere,

to withdraw from, depart, go away: toto luco, V.: limine, V.: ab signis legionibusque, Cs.: ab ore scintillae absistunt, burst forth, V.—Fig., to desist, cease, leave off: ne absiste, do not give up, V.: modo vos absistite, do not interfere, O.: si non absisteretur bello, unless an end were put to the war, L.: bello, H.: nec ... continuando abstitit magistratu, L.: ferro, from battle, V.: benefacere, L.: moveri, V.

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