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illūc adv.

illic, to that place, thither: huc vel illuc inpelli, T.: huc illuc agitare, S.: huc atque illuc intuens: huc et illuc cursitant, H.: illuc ex his vinculis, i. e. into the other world: illuc Ire, ubi, etc., Iu.To that end, to that point, thereto: illuc redi, quo coepisti, T.: animum nunc huc, nunc dividit illuc, V.: illuc, unde abii, redeo.—To that point, to such a pitch: illuc usque fidus, Ta.: illuc Decidit ut malum ferro summitteret, Iu.

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