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- n. the entire structure of an organism (an animal, plant, or human being)
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What Boiorix failed to understand was the physical structure of Italy; had he done so, he might have elected after all to announce that here in Gaul-across-the-Padus was the new Cimbric homeland; and had he done that, it may have suited Rome to let him be, since Italian Gaul-across-the-Padus was not considered of vital importance, and its populace was mostly Celtic.
They remained Otessans in physical structure and had regained a normal human life span.
For the physical structure of Italy largely prevented the incredible riches of the Padus River valley being of any use to the Italian peninsula itself.