circumduce

circumduce

(ˌsɜːkəmˈdjuːs) or

circumduct

vb (tr)
1. to cause (something) to circulate on its axis
2. (Law) Scots law to declare the time period for giving evidence to be over
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anteveni aliqua, aliquot saltu circumduce exercitum, coge in obsidium perduellis, nostris praesidium para; interclude inimicis commeatum, tibi muni viam qua cibatus commeatusque ad te et legiones tuas tuto possit pervenire: hanc rem age, res subitaria est.