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mutentur, Roby, § 1672, R. § 698. But the subjunctive is not invariably used when the event is thus spoken of merely as a conception, not to be realised in act. See Roby, § 1675, Madv. § 360 obs. 3, and cf. Virg. Aen.IV. 28.

amores, ‘love,’ a common use of the plural. Cf. IV. 259, dementer amoribus usa.

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    • Ovid, Metamorphoses, 4.259
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