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264 ns. 21-22, 266 n. , 212 line 2 (El. , 273 line 8 (El. , 279 lines 2 (El. XIIII) and 4 -5 , 280 lines 14 (El. XIIII) and 4 (El. , 285 lines 5 and 8 and 14 (El. , 314-15 n. , 317-18 n. , 331 n. 23 bis, 346 n. , 347-48 n. ; ___ recta: 117 lines 39-40, 205 line 38 baxis (=basis): 173, 200 line 7 et pass. , 444 bipedalis: 182n boreus: 137 line 11, 218 line 9 brachium: 191 line 13 cado: 4 n. 5, 6 n. 12, 13 n. , 78 n. 22, 80 n. 26, 85n, 88n, 91 n. , 261 n. 17, 264 n. 21, 265 n. 22, 267n, 270 line 46, 272 line 19 (El.

43, 116 line 10, 117 lines 20 and 27, 118 lines 4 -5 , 133 line 78, 204 lines 9-10 and 18 and 25, 205 lines 4 -5 , 217 line 65, 227 lines 6 -8 (Passage 6), 264 n. 21, 363-64, 366 diffinio or difinio: 362—65; cf. , 68 n. 8 ,71n, 79n, 80 n. 26, 89 n. 34, 125 line 29, 126 line 49, 211 lines 28 and 43, 260-61 n. , 270 line 50, 271 line 70, 273 line 33, 138 line 25, 216 line 51, 217 line 61, lines 18-19, 274 line 26 (El. , 219 line 23, 221 lines 63-64, 261 n. 17, 275 line 13 (El. VIII), 276 lines 19 and 30 278 line 54, 346 n.

21, 266 n. 25, 267n, 270 line 63, 271 line 68, 315 bis, 331 n. 23, 333 ns. 31-32, 335 n. 37 bis, 35354 n. 65, 431; see sectio ellipsis; other terms for ellipse are defectio, defectus, sectio defectio, sectio diminuta, sectio oxigonia or oxygonii coni, thyraeos elongatio; 97n, 138 line 20, 219 line 19 elongo: 138 lines 20-21, 219 lines 18 and 20, 347 n. 62, 398 emerillus: 136 lines 80 and 87-88; cf. lapis emino: 237, 269 lines 17-18 emitto: 331 n. 23 eneus: 136 line 83, 188 lines 21 and 42 and 57, 215 line 6; cf.

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