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prūdentia ae, f

prudens, a foreseeing : futurorum.— Acquaintance, knowledge, skill, professional learning : civilis, statesmanship : iuris publici: iuris civilis, N.: verbosa simulatio prudentiae: cani rectoris, Iu.Sagacity, good sense, intelligence, prudence, practical judgment, discretion : hominis mira: quae vestra prudentia est: vivendi ars est prudentia: rerum fato prudentia maior, V.: si ratio et prudentia curas aufert, H.

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