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qui. Notice that in such collocations qui belongs to the subordinate clause, not to the principal. This structure is most clearly seen when there is a change of subject, as in Hor. C. I. ix. 9-12, “permitte divis cetera, qui simul stravere ventos . . . nec cupressi nec veteres agitantur orni

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