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[6] Still more pedantic are the practices of making the fourth letter of quidquid a c to avoid the appearance of repeating a question, and of writing [p. 137] quotidie instead of colidie to show that it stands for quot diebus. But such practices have disappeared into the limbo of absurdities.

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