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ut-pote adv.,

as is possible, as is natural, as is of course, as being, as, seeing that, inasmuch as, since (introducing a reason why the statement in the principal clause must needs be true): neque tamen Antonius procul aberat, utpote qui expeditus in fugā sequeretur, S.: ea nos, utpote qui nihil contemnere soleamus, non pertimescebamus: clamor Romanis auxit animum, utpote captā urbe, L.: Inde Rubos fessi pervenimus, utpote longum Carpentes iter, H.: Quin id erat curae, quo pacto cuncta tenerem, Utpote res tenues, tenui sermone peractas, H.

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