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at-quī (at-quīn)

conj, but somehow, but in any wise, but yet, however, and yet, and nevertheless: modum statuarum haberi nullum placet? atqui habeatur necesse est: mihi numquam venerat in mentem optare ... atqui fuit optandum: narras vix credibile. Atqui sic habet, H.: atqui sciebat, H.—Ellipt.: hunc ego non diligam? ... atqui sic accepimus, etc., (a strange doctrine) but so, etc.: atqui non Massica Munera nocuere, but it was not (as you might suppose), V.

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