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serō —, sertus, ere

1 SER-, to bind together, interweave, entwine .—Only P. perf. : pro sertis (loricis) linteas dedit, of mail , N.—Fig., to join, connect, link together, combine, compose, contrive : ex aeternitate causa causam serens, linked with : cuius (fati) lege inmobilis rerum humanarum ordo seritur, is arranged , L.: ex bellis bella serendo, i. e. engaging in continual wars , L.: Multa inter sese vario sermone, V.: popularīs orationes, compose , L.: crimina belli, V.

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