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ullam usquam: see note on sect. 27 (p. 78, l. 25).

illius diei: that of the passage of the Lex Gabinia, which conferred upon Pompey the command against the pirates.

commune: as being against pirates, enemies of all mankind.

aliorum exemplis: it is not necessary to cite examples of other generals; Pompey's own history furnishes instances enough.

qui quo die, on the day on which be, etc.: the relatives, admissible in Latin, cannot be literally reproduced in English.

potuisset: ยง 517, c, N.1 (308, c, N.1) B. 304, 3, a, N.; G. 597, R.3, b; of. 14.511, I, N.1 (583); H-B. 582,3,0. The protasis is implied in in summa ubertate, etc.

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    • Cicero, On Pompey's Command, 27
    • A. A. Howard, Benj. L. D'Ooge, G. L. Kittredge, J. B. Greenough, Allen and Greenough's New Latin Grammar, 517
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