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a grammatical construction in Latin which is used as a short form of temporal clauses. "Absolute" in its name means "disconnected", as it, unlike most ablatives, does not describe…
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clauses controlled by another clause in the same sentence.
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Enclitic particles like -ne, -que, and -ve are attached to other words.
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