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|Latin to English translations [Non-PRO]|
|Latin term or phrase: Deinde considit et requiescit|
|Deinde considit et requiescit|
is not only afterwards, but also "then", therefore".
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I've no way to know, but if you're the same person as the one who posted this afternoon 13 Latin sentences (someone called Meghan) .. who a little
while ago generously awarded me 4 points - ! - for the whole set of answers
... I think I won't translate any of this now ... to be thanked with another 4
points ... and nobody will either !!
May I remind you that most people just ask a translation for ONE WORD :
you ask for a dozen x 13, then you give points for ONE ...
Now if you're not the same person, my humblest excuses ...!!
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