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288 lines 68 and 70, 3126(5,316n. , 331 n. 23, 332 n. 29, 337 n. , 447 bis decido: 370 bis, 372 declaro: 13 η. 32, 1 4 -15η, 387, 409, 438 declivis: 4 η. 5, 5 decresco: 446 bis, 452-53 decretio: 453 deduco (= to draw): 243-44 n. , 261 n. , 262 n. 18, 271 lines 72 and 74-75, 273 line 9 (El. , 275 line 13 (El. , 279 lines 3 -4 (El. XIII) and 8 (El. XIII) bis, 280 line 11 (El. XIIII) and 14 (El. XIIII), 281 lines 19 and 25, 346 n. 58, 347 n. , 422, 438, 440 bis defectio ( = ellipse): 312 bis, 313, 315 bis, 345-46 ns.

1), 55 line 11 corelarium: 111, 121 lines 43 and 48 corolarium: 271 line 13, 272 lines 17 (EI. II) and 16 (El. III), 273 lines 19 (El. IV) and 20 (El. V), 274 lines 28 (El. V) and 21, 276 lines 16 and 21, 277 line 34, 279 lines 27 (El. , 280 line 14 (El. XV), 283 line 30, 284 line 53, 288 line 68, 289 lines 15-16 (El. , 372-73, 375, 387, 390 bis, 396-97, 401, 404, 406-07, 413, 416, 426 corpus: 80 n. 26, 96-97 n. , 134 line 30, 215 lines 24 and 28, 216 lines 40 and 46 and 50, 455 bis; ___ conicum or vice versa: 414, 446, 4 57;____mukefi: 13 n.

Attesto: 134 line 7 attingo; 66n, 68 n. 8, 90 n. , 427-28, 455 bis, 458 aufero or auffero: 21,84,131 line 16, 136 line 98, 239n, 272 line 8 (El. II), 111 line 25, 278 line 24, 287 line 12, 288 line 42, 289 line 19 (El. XXI), 426 augeo: 325; see sectio aucta aureus: 454 aurifabus: 136 line 89 aurum: 454 auster: 137 line 11, 218 line 9 axioma: 65 n. 5; anxioma (/): 3 n. 3, 160 n. 3 axis: 4 n. , 12 n. , 56 line 5 (Prop. , 68 n . , 69-70 ns. , 71n bis, 78-79 n. , 80 n. , 96-97 n. , 243-44 n. , 247, 249, 260-61 n.

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