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casus belli
Latin expression underlying "shadowy" facts or events justifying attack on another country. Casus is related to the English word "case," and can mean "case," "incident", or "rupture". Belli comes from bellic ("of war") … Full Definition »
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casus belli
Latin expression underlying "shadowy" facts or events justifying attack on another country. Casus is related to the English word "case," and can mean "case," "incident", or "rupture". Belli comes from bellic ("of war") … Full Definition »
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