## Yale Examination PapersGinn, Heath & Company, 1892 - 139 pages |

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**Ubii**. 3. The**Ubii**pursued the terrified ' Suevi . 4. The terrified Suevi were pursued by the**Ubii**. 5. The**Ubii**, having pursued the terrified Suevi , killed a great number of them . 6. It was reported to Cęsar ( that ) the**Ubii**had ...### Other editions - View all

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