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4.

ut . . . videretis: clause of result explaining quod.

nisi vero: ironical (as usual), introducing a reductio ad absurdunt. (The si only doubles that in nisi.)

non. . . jam, no longer.

Aurelia_ via_: see Cat. 1, sect. 24.


rem publicam: § 397, d (240, d); B. 183; G. 343, 1 H. 421 (381); H.-B. 399

sentinam, refuse (see Cat. 1, p. 104, l. 22).

ejecerit: the conclusion is implied in O fortunatam.

exhausto, drained off (cf. sentina).

recreata, invigorated.

toti Itali: § 429, 2 (258,1 2); B. 228, I, b; G. 388; H. 485, I (425, 2); H.-B. 436, a.

subjector, forger; circumscriptor, swindler.

perditus, abandoned wretch.

hosce: § 146, a, N.1 (101, footnote); B. 87, footnote 2; G. 104, i, N 1; H. 178, 2 (186, I); H.-B. 138, 2, c.


asciverit: for tense, see § 485, c (287, c); B. 268, 6; G. 513; H. 550 (495, vi); H.-B. 481.


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    • Cicero, Against Catiline, 1.24
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