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 What does"pluribus unum"mean?

Answer "Pluribus" means plural and "unum" means unit. Both words are part of the phrase "E pluribus unum," which means "out of many, one." This phrase appears on the Seal of the United States and on U.S. ... Read More »
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Who authored e pluribus unum?

E pluribus unum is Latin for "out of many, one." The motto first appeared on the title page of the annual volume of London's Gentleman's Magazine in 1731. The motto was then suggested by the commit... Read More »
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What language is"E pluribus unum"?

"E pluribus unum" is an expression from the Latin language. The first U.S. coin to use the phrase was produced in 1795. As of January 2011, all current U.S. coins carry the slogan. It means "Out of... Read More »
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What does e pluribus unum stand for?

Directly translated from Latin, E Pluribus Unum means "Out of Many, One." It was adopted as the National Motto on July 4, 1776, as a symbol of the original thirteen colonies uniting as one nation.... Read More »
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Are Unum& AIG connected?

Unum Group and American International Group are not connected. They are separate, publicly traded companies listed on the New York Stock Exchange. American International Group is listed under the s... Read More »
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