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stimulos, ‘a goad.’ Cf. xiii.108 n.

rigida. Cf. 643 n.

648. [iurares Can.1 and Bod., iurasses M and Can.7 The difference might reduce itself to iurases and iurares, as the omission of one of two identical consonants is common in early MSS. But the comparative rareness of the pluperfect is strongly in its favour as against the far commoner imperfect. R.E. ].

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