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istic aec, oc and uc (with -ne, istucine), pron demonstr.

iste+ce.—Referring to that which is at hand or related to the person addressed, that of yours, that mentioned by you: istaec res, T.: circum istaec loca commorari.—As subst: istuc quidem considerabo: istoc vilius, T.: istuc fractum: Istucine interminata sum hinc abiens tibi? T.: Ego istuc aetatis, T.—As a strong demonstr., this same, this, the very: quid istic narrat, that fellow, T.

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