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illīc adv.

illi+ce, in that place, yonder, there: melius, hic quae fiunt, quam illic, scio, T.: plurīs illic offendisse inimicos, quam hic reliquisse: Utque aër, tellus illic, O.: illic, ubi nulla incendia, Iu.: qui illic negotiarentur, Cs.Yonder, in another world, Pr., O.—Of persons, with him, among them: non isto vivitur illic modo, with Maecenas, H.: severa illic matrimonia (i. e. apud Germanos), Ta.In that matter, therein: illic, ubi nil opust, T.: res p. milite illic vacet, i. e. in that war, L.

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