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dis-currō currī and cucurrī, cursus, ere,

to run different ways, run to and fro, run about, wander, roam: in muris armata civitas, Cs.: deus in montibus altis, O.: circa vias, L.: per omnīs silvas, O.: Olli discurrēre pares, V.: ad rapiendas virgines, L.: in muros discurritur, V.: ad suffragium ferendum, L.: praedatum Romam, L.: (Nilus) septem discurrit in ora, V.: fama totā urbe discurrit, Cu.

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