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Inter pares

The phrase “inter pares” is a Latin term that translates to “among equals” or “between peers” in English. It is frequently used to describe a situation where individuals or entities are on equal footing or have equal status, particularly in a group or organization where there is a sense of equality among its members. This phrase is commonly used in political and organizational contexts to emphasize that all members are considered equal in decision-making or authority.

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