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vērum tamen

(less correctly as one word, vērum-tamen or vērun-tamen), but yet, notwithstanding, however, nevertheless: consilium capit primo stultum, verum tamen clemens: nondum manifesta sibi est . . . verum tamen aestuat intus, O.—In resuming a thought after a parenthesis or diversion, however, as I was saying: cum essem in Tusculano (erit hoc tibi pro illo tuocum essem in Ceramico’), verum tamen cum ibi essem, etc.

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