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extemporal: impromptu, extempore LLL. I. ii. 192 “some god of rime,” IV. ii. 50, 1H6 III. i. 6 “ speech” ; so extemporally adv. Ant. V. ii. 216, Ven. 836. ∥ “Extempore” is also S.
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