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- n. One who explains.
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But 'the explanator' was before them; where he came from they could not see, for his footsteps were light as velvet, evidently having 'gums' on his feet; his milk-white hair, parted in the middle of his forehead, hung down his back for a couple of feet, while his milk-white beard, hanging equally low in front, gave him the appearance of a venerable billy goat.
SOLVI HAC LEGE POSSUMUS, neque est quaerendus explanator aut interpres ejus alius.
The second must be aided by explanator y text or be placed in context with the first photo to be understood .
Nec vero aut per senatum, aut poputum solvi hac lege possumus; neque est quarendus explanator, aut interpres ejus alius.