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nam . . . occiderat, in explanation of what follows, ad limina matris.

744. [miserorum . . . parentum, miserarum Can.7 Can.1 Bod. M. I cannot see the necessity of altering the first miserarum to miserorum. In both cases the words and acts of a mother are meant; parentum is a mere variation on matrum, determined mainly by metrical considerations. R. E.].

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