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mota est, ‘was persuaded.’ quid . . . patuit, ‘the power of eloquence was revealed in fact’ Cf. 569, and for plural rebus, XIV. 385, Amor. I. xii. 27, “ego vos rebus duplices pro nomine sensi”.
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