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ne posset, Roby, § 1700, R. § 712 b. She was prevented from approaching by the pace of the horse and the presence of his retinue. Ne is frequently found with facere and efficere in consecutive clauses. Cf. XII. 282, quod ne permittat in hostem ipsa facit gravitas.

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