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appellō (ad-p-) pulī, pulsus, ere,

to drive to, move up, bring along, force towards: ad litora iuvencos, O.: (turrīs) ad opera Caesaris, Cs.: postquam paulum appulit unda (sc. corpus), O. — Of vessels, to bring in, land, put in: ad eam ripam navīs: in Italiam classem, L.: classis est Pachynum appulsa: Emporiis classem, L.: appellit ad eum locum, lands, Cs.: huc appelle, bring to here, H.: ad insulam, L. — To drive to, put ashore at: me vestris deus appulit oris, V.: nos tempestas oris, V.: alios ad Siciliam appulsos esse, landed ei qui essent appulsi navigiis: triremis terram appulit, Ta.—Fig.: animum ad scribendum, bring, T.: rationes ad scopulos, dash against: mentem ad philosophiam.

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