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ā-mŏdo (better, separately), adv. formed after the Greek; v. examples,
I.from this time forward, henceforth, = ἀπὸ τούτου (only in eccl. Lat.): a modo et usque in sempiternum (Gr. ἀπὸ τοῦ νῦν), Vulg. Isa. 9, 7; so ib. ib. 59, 21: non me videbitis a modo, donec etc. (Gr. ἀπ̓ ἀρτί), ib. Matt. 23, 39; so ib. ib. 26, 29; ib. Joan. 13, 19 al.; Hier. Vit. Hil. 51, p. 157 Francf.; Paul. Nol. 8, 28; cf. Hand, Turs. I. p. 286.
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