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Multum in parvo

“Multum in parvo” is a phrase in Latin language that means “much in little” in English. It is commonly used to refer to something that holds a lot of value or significance despite its small or compact size. This term is often related to the notion of efficiency or the belief that a small or concise object or concept can have a substantial meaning or importance.

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