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edile, aedile (s) (noun), ediles, aediles (pl)
A Roman magistrate whose chief business was to superintend public buildings of all kinds; more especially, public edifices, temples, bridges, aqueducts, markets, games, etc.: "The ediles also were responsible for the care of the highways, public places, weights and measures, etc."
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