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sic, ‘so,’ ‘then,’ on condition of your compliance. For sic in adjurations see Conington on Ecl IX. 30, and cf. VIII. 858-62 and 867 (where it is used like ‘so’ in asseverations), Her.III. 135-7.

adurat, ‘sear,’ used of the effect of cold, as urere of that which produces any effect analogous to burning, as of an exhausting crop, an ill-fitting shoe. See Keightley on G. I. 77.

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