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palam adj.,

openly, publicly, undisguisedly, plainly: nihil ausurus, S.: ad se adire, Cs.: quae in foro palam gesta sunt: agere: non per praestigias, sed palam: palam et aperte dicere: Luce palam, V.: palam duobus exercitibus audientibus, L.—In phrases with esse or facere, public, well known: rem facias palam, disclose, T.: palam factum est: hac re palam factā, noised abroad, N.: celatā morte . . . tum demum palam factum est. etc., L.: palam ferente Hannibale se ab Fabio victum, making no secret that, etc., L.

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