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praes praedis, m

prae+vas, a surety, bondsman : praedes pecuniae publicae accipere: praedes dare: per praedem agere: praedibus acceptis aedificia perfecturi, L.: cavere populo praedibus ac praediis, to procure security to the people by bondmen and their estates.—The property of sureties : praedes vendere.—Fig.: cum sex libris, tamquam praedibus, me ipsum obstrinxerim.

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