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tantisper adv.

tantus+-per, for so long a time, in the meantime, meanwhile : de aliquo reo cogitasse: tantisper impedior: tantisper tutelā muliebri res Latina puero stetit, L.—Followed by dum, all the time, for so long : tantisper volo, Dum facies, T.: ut ibi esset tantisper, dum culeus compararetur.

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