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exempli causa

[ ek-sem-plee kou-sah; English ig-zem-plahy kaw-zuh, -zem-plee ]
/ ɛkˈsɛm pli ˈkaʊ sɑ; English ɪgˈzɛm plaɪ ˈkɔ zə, -ˈzɛm pli /
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adverb Latin.
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