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1 cum ductus, A: conductus, G: cum dictus, Spalding: viam A: vitam, G. This sentence is unintelligible. Halm reads cum dictus eat caecus secundum vitam (G.) stare, which night conceivably be intended to mean ' as when the blind man was said to stand there to gain his living,' a rare use of vita.

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