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post tot amissos, ‘after so many lost,’ ‘after all our partings.’ Cf. 64 n. The use is imitated by Milton, P.l. X. 687, ‘at that tasted fruit’; so with an adjective, ib. II. 234, ‘the former vain to hope argues as vain the latter.’

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