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annuit coeptis

[ ahn-noo-it -koip-tis; English an-yoo-it -sep-tis ]
/ ˈɑn nu ɪt ˈkɔɪp tɪs; English ˈæn yu ɪt ˈsɛp tɪs /
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Latin.

He (God) has favored our undertakings: a motto on the reverse of the great seal of the U.S. (adapted from Vergil's Aeneid IX:625).

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