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[34] Your plan is, to begin to answer me after two sets of games have been celebrated; mine is to have the adjournment 1 over before the first series. And the result will be, that that plan of yours will be thought crafty, but this determination of mine necessary.

1 The Latin is, ut comperindinem. “Comperendinare is, when the cause has been pleaded on each side, to order that on the third day both the defendant and the prosecutor appear to speak a second time.”—Hottoman. “The parties appeared before the judex on the third day (comperendinatio), unless the praetor had deferred the judicium for some sufficient reason.”—Smith, Dict. Ant. p. 529. v Judex.

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