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[69] In the case of prepositions they are frequently changed by the act of compounding: as a result we get abstulit, aufugit, amisit, though the preposition is ab, and coil, though the preposition is con. The same is true of ignauus and erepublica.1 But compounds are better suited to Greek than to Latin,

1 Sometimes written as one word.

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