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vix bene, ‘scarcely,’ ‘only just.’ Cf. XIII. 944.

754. [e corpore most MSS. ex corpore Can.7 m. pr. Here again ex, the first reading of Can.7, is in my judgment right. It seems to intensify the completeness with which the blood leaves the body, passing as it were quite out of it. R. E.].

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