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possessiō ōnis, f

SED-, a taking possession of, seizing, occupying, taking : bonorum: regni, L.: mittere in possessionem, send to take possession.— A possessing, holding, possession, occupation : certā re et possessione deturbari: in possessionem proficisci, to come into possession : bonorum: possessionem tradere, Cs.: tenere, N.A thing possessed, possession, property, estate : id genus possessionum: trans Rhodanum possessiones habere, Cs.: urbanae, N.: aes alienum ex possessionibus solvere, S.—Fig., possession : prudentiae doctrinaeque.

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