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Out of many, one (the motto of the US)
- ‘If there is a society on earth that can still perform the extraordinary feat of forging some sort of unity out of such diversity - e pluribus unum, as the coins say - it is America.’
- ‘Sports also buttress the highest goal of America - e pluribus unum.’
- ‘In spirit, it's akin to America's e pluribus unum - out of many, one.’
- ‘But e pluribus unum and ‘one and indivisible’ are mottoes at war with each other.’
- ‘The idea of e pluribus unum (out of many, one) is anathema to them.’
e pluribus unum/ˌē ˌplo͝orəbəs ˈ(y)o͞onəm/
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