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  • n. Plural form of fugit.


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  • Tempus fugits and time is money, and every minute I waste standing in line at the cable company is a minute I'm not doing something for which I might be paid money.

    The Other McCain

  • "Tempus," observed the giant drover, "fugits like the devil in this dawdling world o 'sin, as the poet has it -- eh, Weasel?

    The Reckoning


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