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semper idem

[ sem-per ee-dem; English sem-per ahy-dem, id-em ]

Latin.
  1. always the same.


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Not semper idem but semper alterum is the keynote of science.

This sign was the words found upon him when he was discovered floating, tied to the buoy of the "Cynthia," "Semper idem."

As many will remember, the case of Semper Idem aroused a vast deal of unseemly yet highly natural curiosity.

For want of a better name, the rescued suicide was known to the hospital attendants, and to the world, as Semper Idem.

Across a corner of the mount, in delicate feminine tracery, was written: "Semper idem; semper fidelis."

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