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aliōquī (less correctly aliōquīn), adv.,

in another way, in other respects, for the rest, otherwise: alioqui acceptam dis hostiam esse, L.: vitiis paucis Mendosa natura, alioqui recta, H.: triumphatum de Tiburtibus, alioqui mitis victoria fuit, i. e. although in other respects the victory was, etc., L.— Meton., in general, in any case, always: ira cuius alioqui potens non erat, Cu.: validus alioqui spernendis honoribus, Ta.—With et ... et; cum ... tum, etc., both in general ... and, in other respects ... and: et alioqui opportune situm, et transitus est in Labeates, L.: mors Marcelli cum alioqui miserabilis fuit, tum quod, etc., L.

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