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A couple of people saw me go, but faex on them; to a Turk of 1559 the world must have been full of efreets and jinni, and I was just one more phantom.
Page 3 if he would be successful he must, I say he must court the favour of the people — he must electioneer — he must humbly bow at the shrine where the very faex popobli7 dispenses it's favours.
"Should the Office of Chief Magistrate Be Awarded to One Distinguished for His Military Services Rather Than to One Distinguished for His Civil Services?" Debate Speech of Perrin H. Busbee for the Dialectic Society, June 22, 1836
Finally my accusers, in spite of their being paragons of audacity and monsters of shamelessness, noticed that Crassus’ evidence smelled after faex and did not dare to read it out in full or to build anything upon it.
And Livy is throughout led into fallacious views by his confusion of the mob (_faex Romuli_, as