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That, mutatis mutandis, is the happy future that might await a Tory-Ukip alliance.
What has been said of melody in the two spheres of speech and song applies also mutatis mutandis to rhythm.The Modes of Ancient Greek Music|David Binning Monro
The considerations just stated apply mutatis mutandis to the question of what children should be allowed to read.
What I have said of schoolmasters applies, mutatis mutandis, to schoolmistresses and governesses.
The same mutatis mutandis holds good with writing as with painting.Selections from Previous Works|Samuel Butler
The attitude of the true noble, one in whom noblesse oblige is a simple example of what, mutatis mutandis, all men feel.