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schola (scola) ae, f

, σχολή, an intermission of work, leisure for learning, learned conversation, debate, disputation, lecture, dissertation: dierum quinque scholas, ut Graeci appellant, in totidem libros contuli: Stoica: ubi sunt vestrae scholae.—A meeting place for teachers and pupils, place for instruction, place of learning, school: ex harā producte non ex scholā: homo politus ex scholā: qui cum in scholā adsedissent: philosophorum scholae.—The disciples of a teacher, body of followers, school, sect: philosophorum scholae.

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