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With facio ‘I sacrifice,’ ‘make an offering,’ we find the Ablative, e.g. Stich. 251quot agnis fecerat?” Also in the sense of ‘disposing of,’ e.g. Similarly with esse, etc., e.g. Also, e.g. Men. 266quid eo vis?” ‘what do you want with it?’

The Ablative with vescor, lit. ‘feed myself,’ appears to be Ablative of Instrument; similarly with victito, e.g. Mil. 321mirumst lolio victitare te, tam vili tritico.” On the construction of utor, fungor, fruor, etc., see 45 of potior, 7

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