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Meaning of injuris cesius by Felipe Lorenzo del Río




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injuris cesius
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Injuris cesius, with all due respect, is an incorrect Latin expression; in the first place because the " (j) " does not exist in latin. I believe that the correct expression would be " iniuriis cessis; 34, clause of ablative absolute that would mean " retired desecration or offenses,... "

  

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