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set
conjunction

This word is an invariable part of speech

1 (in negative sentences, to correct or limit a concept expressed previously) but, however, but rather
2 (to reinforce the concept expressed previously) but, but also, also, for more
3 (to return to the speech interrupted by an incidental parenthesis) So, now, well, It

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ne quidem sed || non verbis sed re || castigo pueros non verbis sed verberibus || avidus qui non lucri loco habet quod accepit sed damni quod reddidit


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