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accūsātiō ōnis, f

accuso; in judicial lang., a formal complaint, indictment, accusation, prosecution: accusatio crimen desiderat, i. e. must contain a charge: conflare, devise: relinquere, abandon: accusationi respondere, to defend against. — In gen., a complaint, accusation: Hannibalis, against Hannibal, L. — Meton., the office of prosecutor: ut tibi potissimum accusatio detur. — The bill of indictment, accuser's speech: accusationis libri, i. e. the orations against Verres.

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