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est locus in vulnus, ‘there is room to do us hurt.’ This is Merkel's conjecture for in vultus of M. From the other MS. reading in voto Heinsius conjectured est in vota locus (‘then praier may advantage men’ Golding). [Est locus in voto Can.7 Can.1 Bod. I suggest est locus ulterius (faciendi), ‘she has an opportunity of doing us yet new harm.’ R. E.].

pessima rerum. Cf. xiii.508 n.

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