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ars est celare artem

[ ahrs est ke-lah-re -ahr-tem; English ahrz est suh-ley-ree -ahr-tuhm, -lair-ee, ahrs ]
/ ɑrs ɛst kɛˈlɑ rɛ ˈɑr tɛm; English ɑrz ɛst səˈleɪ ri ˈɑr təm, -ˈlɛər i, ɑrs /
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Latin.

it is art to conceal art; true art conceals the means by which it is achieved.

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