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προθεσμ-ία (sc. ἡμέρα), , appointed beforehand, a fixed or limited time, within which money was to be paid, actions brought, claims made, elections held, etc., and if this period was allowed to expire, no further proceedings were allowed, D.36.25, Aeschin.1.39; ἐὰν π. ἐξήκῃ is past, IG12.41.9; “τριετὴς π.Pl.Lg.954d, cf. D.38.27, Paus.4.5.10.
3. occasion of delay, J.AJ15.5.1.
II. προθέσμιος, α, ον, Adj. foreappointed, Ἔφεσος, π. τῶν γάμων (sc. πόλις) Ach. Tat.5.21.
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