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quod semper, quod ubique, quod ab omnibus

foreign term quod sem·per, quod ubi·que, quod ab om·ni·bus \kwd-ˈsem-ˌper kwd-ˈ-bi-ˌkwā ˌkwd-äb-ˈm-ni-ˌbs, -ˌkwd--ˈbē-(ˌ)kwā-\

Definition of QUOD SEMPER, QUOD UBIQUE, QUOD AB OMNIBUS

:  what (has been held) always, everywhere, by everybody

Origin of QUOD SEMPER, QUOD UBIQUE, QUOD AB OMNIBUS

Latin

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