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The Positive sense of the Comparative ocius is established as early as Plautus, e.g. Most. 679 “evocadum aliquem ocius”, but the Comparative sense appears in a line like Curc. 154 “nec mea gratia commovent se ocius”. Of comic Comparison we may take as example paenissume, Most. 656 “ita mea consilia perturbat paenissume.”
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