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1 Cic. pro Caec. i. 1. “If shamelessness carried as much weight in the forum and the law courts as daring carries in the country and in lonely places, Aulus Caecina would now yield no less to the shamelessness of Sextus Aebutius in the present case than he yielded to his audacity in the use of violence.”
2 §§ 36, 66. It must be remembered that casus can be applied to verbs as well as nouns.
3 “That no one may bestow the hand of a woman on another in matrimony unless he be the possessor of a patrimony.”
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