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continuus adj.

com-+2 TA-, joining, connecting, uninterrupted, continuous, unbroken: Leucada continuam habuere coloni, i. e. a peninsula, O.: ignis proxima quaeque et deinceps continua amplexus, L.: montes, H.: montium iugum, Ta.— Of a person: Nerva principi, nearest, Ta.—Fig., of time, successive, continuous: continuā nocte, the following night, O.: ex eo die dies continuos quinque, Cs.: mensīs octo: aliquot annos continuos, without interruption.—Of events, in unbroken succession, continuous: bella, L.: cursus proeliorum, Ta.: incommoda, Cs.: iter, Cu.—Of persons, persistent, unremitting: accusandis reis, Ta.

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