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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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