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1 pro Mur—. xxxix. 83. Cicero argues that Murena's election as consul is necessary to save the state from Catiline. If the jury now condemn him, they will be doing exactly what Catiline and his accomplices, now in arms in Etruria, would do if they could try him.
2 Phil. II. xxv. 63. “This” = vomiting. Cicero contimes “who would not have thought it disgraceful.”
3 Probably an allusion to Cat. i. 7, where Cicero makes the state reproach Catiline for his conduct.
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