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semper adv.

3 SA-+-per, ever, always, at all times, continually, perpetually, forever : numquam unum intermittit diem, Quin semper veniat, T.: semper in amicitiā manere: qui tibi praesto semper fuit: avida ulteriorum semper gens, i. e. of continual acquisitions , L.: pacis semper auctor, L.: Alterum in lustrum meliusque semper, Proroget aevom, i. e. with constant improvement , H.: horresco semper, ubi, etc., every time , T.: quibus studiis semper fueris, tenemus: terra, non semper gramen habens, i. e. everywhere , O.

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