tempora mutantur, nos et mutamur in illis
[ tem-paw-rah moo-tahn-too r, nohs et moo-tah-moo r in il-lees; English tem-per-uh myoo-tan-ter, nohs et myoo-tey-mer in il-is ]
/ ˈtɛm pɔˌrɑ muˈtɑn tʊər, noʊs ɛt muˈtɑ mʊər ɪn ˈɪl lis; English ˈtɛm pər ə myuˈtæn tər, noʊs ɛt myuˈteɪ mər ɪn ˈɪl ɪs /
the times change and we change with them.
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