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  • v. Present participle of viva.


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  • Now the troops were not willing to wait for the government to make the necessary arrangements for their march, so at the first night's station -- Monterosi -- they did _not_ find food or bedding; yet the second night, at Civita Castellana, they were so well alive as to remain dancing and vivaing Pio Nono in the piazza till after midnight.

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