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angărĭo , āre, v. a. id..
I. Lit., to demand something as angaria, to exact villanage, Dig. 49, 18, 4; so Aug. Ep. 5 med. al. —
II. Meton., to compel, constrain (eccl. Lat.): “quicumque te angariaverit mille passus (vadere), vade cum illo et alia duo,Vulg. Matt. 5, 41: “nunc angariaverunt, ut tollant crucem ejus,ib. ib. 27, 32; so ib. Marc. 15, 21.
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    • New Testament, Mark, 15.21
    • New Testament, Matthew, 5.41
    • Augustine, Epistualae, 5
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