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idcircō or iccircō adv.

id-+abl. of circus, on that account, for that reason, therefore. neque idcirco minus, sed pariter incedere, S.: data venia est poëtis; idcircone vager? H.: Sed non idcirco posuere, etc., for all that, V.: idcirco arcessor, quod, etc., T.: quia videbat, idcirco longius progressus est: non, si . . . idcirco, etc.: idcirco venisti, ut, etc.: idcirco videlicet, ne condemnaretur: idcirco Ambitiosa, ut dona Indueret, O.

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