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ex-stō or extō —, —, āre,

to stand out, stand forth, project, protrude, extend above, tower: (milites) cum capite solo ex aquā exstarent, Cs.: super aequora celso collo, O.: summo pectore, Cs.: ferrum de pectore, O. — Fig., to be prominent, stand forth, be conspicuous: quo magis id, quod erit illuminatum, exstare videatur.—To appear, be extant, exist, be, be found: auctor doctrinae eius non exstat, L.: Sarmenti domina exstat, still lives, H.: locus exstat, may still be seen, O.: exstant epistulae Philippi: video neminem, cuius non exstet in me suum meritum: quem vero exstet eloquentem fuisse, it is known: apparet atque exstat, utrum ... an, etc.

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