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These Adverbs show the same Pleonastic strengthening as the Pronouns themselves (cf. 1, 3 above), e.g. In this connection may be mentioned the common combination of nemo (originally -hemo, i.e. non homo) and homo, e.g. Also hic tantus, hic talis, e.g. Stich. 769qui Ionicus aut cinaedicust qui hoc tale facere possiet?” Plautus revels in conglomerations like haec hinc huc, etc. (the Pronoun normally preceding the Adverb), e.g. Mil. 377quo modo haec hinc huc transire potuit”, Men. 845qui hunc hinc tollant.” (For examples, see Seyffert in Bursian's Jahresbericht, 1890, p. 15 n.

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