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quot homines tot sententiae
proverb From Latin, literally "how many men, so many opinions." It is used to mean that there are as many varied and differing opinions in the world as there are people to hold them. A: "I don't understand how some people can believe such ridiculous things!" B: "Eh, it doesn't surprise me. Quot homines tot sententiae."
See also: tot
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