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  • civitas in ipsā vindictā libertatis peritura, Liv. 34, 49, 3: vindictam aliquam libertatis suae quaerere, id. 24, 37, 10: utrique vindicta libertatis morte
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  • Rache, ultio (die Privat- oder Selbstrache). – vindicta (die Rache als Genugtuung, die die Götter, das Gesetz oder die Obrigkeitund auch andere kraft des
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  • [Seite 1328] ίδος, ἡ (vgl. καρφίς, κάρφος), die festuca oder vindicta der Römer, die Ruthe, mit welcher der Prätor den Sklaven berührt, wenn er ihn freispricht
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  • facerem, nisi plane esse vellem meus, quite independent, Cic. Leg. 2, 7, 17: vindicta postquam meus a praetore recessi, my own master, free, Pers. 5, 88: meus
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  • 88; cf. id. ib. 1, 38, 137: admonitio frequens, interdum et castigatio, vindicta rarissima, Vell. 2, 114, 3; Quint. 1, 3, 14; 3, 8, 54: tacita, Liv. 27
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  • für die K. gar nicht geeignet, Liv.: senex, ein greiser Konsular, Tac.: vindicta, Vell.: vinum, nach dem Konsul benannt, unter dem er gekeltert worden,
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  • vindicabat festucam tenebat ... et homini imponebat, Gai. Inst. 4, 16; cf.: vindicta, A.: quid? ea ingenuan' an festuca facta e serva libera'st? Plaut. Mil
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  • ich stelle eine S. an, me ipse perspicio totumque tento. – Selbstrache, vindicta privata. – ich nehme S. an jmd., ipse ulciscor alcis iniurias; ipse vindico
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  • 7, 35: servos, Caes. B. C. 3, 9: sese, Cic. de Or. 1, 40, 182: aliquem vindictā liberare, Plin. Ep. 7, 16, 4.— II Transf.    A In gen., to free, release
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  • was registered in the census), or per testamentum, or per vindictam (v. vindicta, and Cic. Top. 2, 10); in these three cases it was called justa manumissio
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  • ulciscor, I a taking vengeance, avenging, revenge (not ante-Aug.; cf. vindicta): quamquam serum auxilium perditis erat, tamen ultionem petens, Liv. 31
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  • sine poena esse potest, poena sine fraude esse non potest. Poena est noxae vindicta, fraus et ipsa noxa dicitur et quasi poenae quaedam praeparatio, Dig. 50
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  • haud scio an magno detrimento certamen staturum fuerit, id. 3, 60: utrique vindicta libertatis morte stetit, Vell. 2, 64, 3: heu quanto regnis nox stetit una
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  • dig. 10, 2, 4. § 2: latronum, Cod. Iust. 4, 65, 12: aggressurae plena vindicta, Rache, die einen entscheidenden Angriff (auf die Räuberbande) herbeiführte
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  • cūrābĭlis: e, adj. curo, I that is to be apprehended or feared: vindicta, Juv. 16, 21 dub.— II Curable (cf.: sanabilis, medicabilis), Cael. Aur. Tard.
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