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Prima facie

“Prima facie” is a Latin phrase that means “at first sight” or “on its face.” It is commonly used in law and philosophy to indicate that something is true or valid on its face value, without further investigation or evidence. In legal contexts, it often refers to evidence that, on its face, appears to establish a fact or support a conclusion until rebutted or contradicted by other evidence.

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