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[21] I would suggest that the ripe scholar, who says “ave” without the aspirate and with a long e (for it comes from avēre and uses calefacere and conservavisse in preference to the usual forms,1 should also add face, dice and the like to his vocabulary.

1 For havĕ, calfacere, conservasse.

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