Sallust's Catiline-War

Sallust's Catiline-War

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1887 edition. Excerpt: ...extremum, i, n. An extremity, a dangerous or critical state or position; lii. 11.--(/3) extrema, drum, n. plur. fac-Ilis, lie, adj. fac-io, "to do" ("That may, or can, be done"; hence) Easy, devoid of difficulty;--at iii. 2 folld. by Supine in u 141, 6. BSF (Comp.: facil-ior); Sup.: facil-limus. facil-Itas, Ttatis, f. facil-is, "courteous" ("The quality of the facilis"; hence) Courtesy, affability. facllius, comp. adv.; see facile. facillimus, a, um, sup. of facilis;--at xiv. 1 folld. by Supine in u 141, 6. fac-Iaus, InSris, n. fac-io, "to do" ("A thing done"; hence) 1. In a good sense: An act, action, deed; vii. 6, etc.--2. In bad sense: a. A bad deed, evil act, crime.--b. Of persons: An instrument of crime, etc., an evil doer, etc. facio, feci, factum, facere, 3. v. a. and n. (" To cause to be"; hence) 1. Act.: a. To make in the widest acceptation of the term: --iter facere, (to make a march; i. e.) to march, xix. 3; helium facere, to make (i.e. to enter upon or begin) a war; xxiv. 2, etc.; binos imperatores facere, to make (i. e. to appoint or create) two commanders, i. e. two consuls, vi. 7.--b. With double Acc.: To make a person or thing that which is denoted by the second Acc.; Hi. 19; lviii. 19.--0. (a) With Subj. alone: To cause, bring about or to pass, etc., that: --fac (cause that; i.e.) take care, or see, that; xliv. 5.--(b) Impers. Pass.: factum (est), It was brought, or it came, to pass;--at liii. 4 folld. by eo, as AM. of thing: It came to pass from that or therefrom; see is.--d. To do, perform, an action, etc.;--at viii. 4 supplyea (sc. facta) after fecere.--e. Of a bad action: To commit, perpetrate, etc.; xv. 1, etc.--f. Without follg. Acc.: ...show more

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  • Paperback | 64 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 3mm | 132g
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  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236944046
  • 9781236944047