occupatum

See: employ
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Omnibus iis furoribus occupatum fuisse Orpheum libri eius testimonio esse possunt." Segun Walker (op.
Infatti scrive: <<Sciat lector me hoc diarium scripsisse haud raro multis aliis laboribus occupatum. Est medium pro illis qui indagant de actis Comm.
Although the interpretations above have Coragus being seized or bear-hugged before his legs are taken out from under him, the structure of the Latin indicates that the seizing or clasping (occupatum) occurred after the reaping of the legs.