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quandō-que adv.

I.I. Relat., at what time soever, whenever, whensoever, as often as: quandoque te in iure conspicio: ut, quandoque idem prodigium nuntiaretur, feriae agerentur, L.: Indignor, quandoque bonus dormitat Homerus, H.—Since, inasmuch as: quandoque tu extra ordinem pugnasti, etc., L.: quandoque tu nullā umquam mihi in cupiditate defuisti.—
II.II. Indefin., at some time, at one time or other: commoraturus, quoad ille quandoque veniat: ne quandoque parvus hic ignis incendium exsuscitet, L.

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