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cum . . . satis, ‘though it were enough.’ The subjunctive belongs to Roby, §§ 1730-2, R. §§ 732-4, and not also to Roby, § 1536, R. § 644, the expression being one of those noticed on 17 and 72, in which the indicative is used for what in English would generally be put hypothetically. Cf. Cic. Lael. § 98, “satis erat responderemagnas.’ Ingentes, inquit.

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