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Hallo (Pennsylvania, United States) (search for this): act 3, scene 2
alled in open order, called "manipuli." Each maniple had two centurions, whose duty it was to drill their men, inspect their arms, clothing, and food, visit the sentinels, and regulate the conduct of the privates both in the camp and in the field. They sat as judges in minor offences, and had the power of ordering corporal punishment, whence their badge of office was a vine sapling. "Bene centuriati" consequently means here "well drilled.". But I'll call him out. Goes to the door and calls. Hallo! Sceledrus, if you are not busy, come out to the front of the house; I, Palaestrio, call you. Enter LUCRIO from the CAPTAIN's house. LUCRIO Sceledrus is not at leisure. PALAESTRIO Why so? LUCRIO He's fast asleep, gulpingAsleep, gulping: "Sorbeo" means not only "to drink up," but to make that gulping noise in snoring which is produced by inhaling the breath with the mouth open, and the head thrown back. Palaestrio purposely misunderstands him, for the purpose of getting a confession out o