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|Per se and quid pro quo language
|Crossword Clue Explanation
|Latin is a classical language that originated in ancient Rome and was widely used throughout the Roman Empire. It is the language of many legal, scientific, and religious terms, including “per se” and “quid pro quo”. Latin is also the basis for many modern Romance languages.
|Language and Wordplay
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