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Ex adverso

“Ex adverso” is a Latin phrase that means “from the opposite” or “from the adversary” in English. It is commonly used in legal contexts to refer to evidence or arguments presented by the opposing side in a legal proceeding. In a broader sense, it can be applied in various discussions or situations where one is considering a perspective or viewpoint that is contrary to the one being discussed or presented.

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