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a-stō (ads-) itī, —, āre

ad + sto, to stand at, take place near: accessi, astiti, stood by, T.: astat echinus, is at hand, H.: portis, V.: hic, T.: procul, O.: sedibus, O.: ad Achillis tumulum: in conspectu meo: ante aras, O.: supra caput, V.: cum patre, T.: adstante totā Italiā, looking on: adrectis auribus, V.To stand up, stand erect: squamis astantibus, V.To exist, remain, be in existence: adstante ope barbaricā: sedes relictae adstant.

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