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prōsĕcūtĭo , ōnis, f. prosequor.
I. Lit., a following or accompanying on the way, attendance (post-class.): “necessitas prosecutionis, Cod. Th. 8, 5, 47: prosecutio opportuna,Symm. Ep. 7, 59.—
II. Trop.
A. A following with words, an honorable notice or mention: “quā prosecutione simplicitatem ejus edisseram,Ambros. Exc. Frat. Sat. 1, 51.—
B. A continuation, Ambros. Fid. 2, 13, 108; Claud. Mam. Stat. Anim. 3, 7.
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