exceptis excipiendis

Latin phrase
ex·cep·tis ex·ci·pi·en·dis | \eks-ˈkep-ˌtēs-eks-ˌki-pē-ˈen-ˌdēs \

Definition of exceptis excipiendis 

: excepting what must be excepted : with the necessary exceptions

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