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magna est veritas, et praevalebit

[ mahg-nah est we-ri-tahs, et prahy-wah-le-bit; English mag-nuhest ver-i-tas, et pree-vuh-lee-bit ]
/ ˈmɑg nɑ ɛst ˈwɛ rɪˌtɑs, ɛt ˌpraɪ wɑˈlɛ bɪt; English ˈmæg nə ɛst ˈvɛr ɪˌtæs, ɛt ˌpri vəˈli bɪt /
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Latin.
truth is great and will prevail.
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