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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1889-1890-723

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GENERAL LITERATURE DEPARTMENT 77 Antiochus now thought it would be wrong to defer matters longer lest by declining battle he should damp the courage of his men and increase the confidence of the enemy He therefore drew out his forces advancing Only so far as to show that he was willing to come to an engagement IV -Virgil gttntfo Translate the following passages Infindunt pariter suleos totumque dehiscit Convulsum remis rostrisque tridentibus sequor Non tam prsecipites bijngo certamine campum Corripuere ruuntque eifusi carcere currus Nec sic immissis aurigse undantia lora Concussere jugis pronique in verbera pendent Turn plausu fremituque virum studiisque faventum Consonat omne nemirs vocemque inclusa volutant Litora pulsati colles clamore resultant Give the principal parts of infindo dehisco consono and explain the formation of voluto pulso resulto Derive pra3ceps career auriga Nunc nunc insurgite remis Hectorei socii Troj83 quos sorte suprema Delegi comites nunc illas promite vires Nunc animos quibus in Gietulis syrtibus us Ionioque mari Maleeeque sequacibus undis Non jam prima peto Mnestheus neque vincere certo Quamquam sed superent quibus hoc Neptune dedisti Extremos pudeat rediisse hoc vincite cives Et prohibete nefas Olli certamine summo Procumbunt vastis tremit ictibus aerea puppis Subtrahiturque solum turn creber anhelitus artus Aridaque ora quatit sudor fluit undique rivis Attulit ipse viris optatum casus honorem
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