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prodere timui, Roby, § 1344, R. § 534. The use of the infinitive as direct object with timeo and metuo, though not with vereor, is almost entirely poetical.clamor Ulixis, the taunts addressed to Polyphemus from the ship, Od.IX. 475-525, by which the giant was provoked to hurl two masses of rock in the direction of the voice.
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