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difficilem . . . iniquo. Notice the predicative force of these words: ‘my cause was difficult and the judge unkind.’

tenui causam. Cf. Hor. Epp.I. xvi. 43, “quo causae teste tenentur”, pro Caecin. XXIV. § 67. The usual expression is obtinere causam.

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