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proximē or proxumē adv. sup.

proximus. —Of place, nearest, very near, next : quam proxime potest castris, as close as possible , Cs.: exercitum habere quam proxime hostem.—Fig., of time, very lately, just before, most recently, last before : civitates quae proxime bellum fecerant, Cs.: qui proxime est mortuus.—Of order or rank, next to, next after, next : proxime et secundum deos homines hominibus maxime utiles esse possunt: ordinatis proxime morem Romanum, just in the Roman method , L.: res erat proxime speciem muros oppugnantium navium, closely resembling , L.: proxime atque ille aut aeque, nearly the same as he .

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