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implexus , ūs, m. implecto, entwining, infolding, embrace (post-Aug. and only in the abl. sing.): “polypus cavernam cancellato bracchiorum implexu claudit,Plin. 9, 51, 74, § 164: “ut terra et aqua mutuo implexu jungerentur,id. 2, 65, 66, § 166.
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