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occursus , ūs, m. occurro,
I.a meeting, falling in with (not in Cic. or Cæs.; “syn.: obviam itio, occursatio, etc.): vacuis occursu hominum viis,in the streets, where they met nobody, Liv. 5, 41, 5: “prohiberi fratrum ejus occursu,Curt. 8, 3, 4; 6, 7, 29; Suet. Tib. 7; id. Ner. 1, 23: “occursum alicujus vitare,to avoid meeting him, Tac. A. 4, 60: “declinare,id. H. 3, 85: in occursum ejus, Vulg. Gen. 14, 17: “in occursum tuum,id. Exod. 4, 14.—Of things: “rota stipitis occursu fracta ac disjecta,by coming in contact with a stump, Ov. M. 15, 522: “videbis nocturnam lunae successionem a fraternis occursibus lene remissumque lumen mutuantem,Sen. Cons. ad Marc. 18, 2 Haase (al. occursionibus): “occursum trepidare amici,Juv. 8, 152: “gravis occursu,id. 6, 418.—Of the Labyrinth: “occursus ac recursus inexplicabiles,approaches and withdrawals, Plin. 36, 13, 19, § 85.
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