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dis-pōnō posuī, positus, ere,

to place here and there, array, distribute, set in order, arrange, dispose: Homeri libros: ordines in quincuncem, Cs.: comas, O.: ensīs per herbam, V. — In military operations, to set in order, arrange, draw up, array, post, assign: sic erant disposita praesidia, ut, etc.: custodias, Cs.: aciem, Cu.: per dispositos equos pervenire, by relays, L.: tormenta in muris, Cs.: navīs in litore, Cs.: praesidia cis Rhenum, Cs. — Fig., to arrange, adjust, order, dispose: in ornatu (orationis) lumina: consilia in omnem fortunam ita disposita, L.: diem, in watches, Ta.: modos, O.

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