ab uno disce omnes

Latin quotation from Virgil
ab uno dis·ce om·nes | \äb-ˈü-nō-ˌdis-ke-ˈȯm-ˌnās \

Definition of ab uno disce omnes 

: from one, learn all : from one instance you may infer the whole

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