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“It derives from omnibus, which is the dative plural of the Latin word omnis, so it means 'for all' - a 'vehicle for all'.”
“The rule which finds its application here may be most briefly expressed in Latin: omnis motus, quo celerior, eo magis motus.”
“And another, a Latin phrase omnis cellula e cellula, which means all cells come from other cells just like it by means of cell division.”
“I would fain see you what pedants call omnis homo, and what Pope much better calls”
“You know what I'm talking about, the 'omnis': Omnipotent, omnipresent and omniscient.”
“Thus, out went the "omnis" and in came an integrated God, a God who is free to act and to interact.”
“(such as omnis, nullus), or of accidents (such as qualiscumque, quantuscumque).”
“In the firelight he began to write a book that would one day make him Emperor of the World: “Gallia est omnis divisa in partes tres …””
“It contains too much saturated fat and makes you obese which is the root cause of a whole range of health issues: Colon cancer, osteoporosis, diabetes, heart diseases are all higher among omnis.”
“In contrast, the liver, blood, the gut, and the skin all grow through hyperplasia—cells becoming cells becoming more cells, omnis cellula e cellula e cellula.”
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