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"E pluribus unum" is [[Latin]] for "out of many, one."  It embodies the [[federal]] structure of the [[United States]], by which the [[Constitution]] binds together many states.
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This phrase is on the paper money of the [[United States]] and its Great Seal of the United States, and was adopted by an Act of [[Congress]] in 1782.
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Revision as of 19:43, 22 August 2010

"E pluribus unum" is Latin for "out of many, one." It embodies the federal structure of the United States, by which the Constitution binds together many states.

This phrase is on the paper money of the United States and its Great Seal of the United States, and was adopted by an Act of Congress in 1782.