Qui offendit in verboL.9.106: LR alone have verbo, which explains the corrector's marginal <+>. Most other B manuscripts have vno, and F has vno verbo. in omnibus est reus
Qui offendit in v..noM.9.105: M's altered reading vno agrees with most B manuscripts. LR read verbo; F reads vno verbo. in omnibus est reus
Qui offendit in vno , in omnibus est reus .
Qui offendit in vno est in omnibus reus
Qui offendit in verboR.9.106: R's verbo is almost certainly authorial, albeit not an accurate Vulgate citation; L
is the only other B witness that completely agrees with R, but M
probably did originally (by erasure and correction M now reads vno). F tries to split the difference between alpha's verbo and the common beta reading, vno, by
adopting a reading of vno verbo. in
omnibus est reus .