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Ablative of Time (‘at’ or ‘within’): e.g. Most. 505quae hic monstra fiunt anno vix possum eloqui”. Anno can also mean ‘within the past year,’ ‘a year ago,’ Amph. prol. 91, Men. 205quattuor minis ego emi istanc anno uxori meae” (cf. above, 37). The Pronoun hic often accompanies the Ablative, e.g. Like ludis ‘at the games,’ e.g. Pers. 436, is Aul. 540si nitidior sis filiai nuptiis.

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