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praesentia ae, f

praesens, a being at hand, presence : eorum praesentiam vitare: (Nemea) celebrare praesentiā suā, L.: urget praesentia Turni, V.: animi, presence of mind , Cs.: deorum praesentiae.— Impression, efficacy, effect : veri, O.—In the phrase, in praesentiā, at the present time, at the moment, just now, for the present, under present circumstances : hoc video in praesentiā opus esse: in praesentiā hostem rapmis prohibere, Cs.: in praesentiā reponere odium, to conceal for the time , Ta.: quod in praesentiā vestimentorum fuit, at hand , N.

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