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prōtinus or prō-tenus adv.,

right onward, forward, farther on, onward: pergere: vox, quā protinus omne Contremuit nemus, i. e. far and wide, V.—Right on, continuously, directly, without pause, uninterruptedly: Laodiceam protinus ire: protinus eodem cursu in oppidum contendere, Cs.: consules, partā victoriā, protinus inde ducunt, etc., L.: sic vives protinus ut, etc., i. e. you will keep on living so, though, etc., H.: ad alias augustias protinus pergere, successively, L.: Mos erat, quem protinus urbes coluere, continuously, V.—Of space, continuously, in connection, uninterruptedly, next: trans Leggios Gothones regnantur . . . protinus deinde ab Oceano Rugii, Ta.: cum protinus utraque tellus Una foret, V.—Forthwith, immediately, at once, on the spot: oratio protinus conficiens auditorem benevolum: Carthaginem ituri, L.: tu protinus unde Divitias ruam, dic, augur, H.

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