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Quae fuerant vitia mores sunt

“Quae fuerant vitia mores sunt” is a Latin phrase that means “What were once vices are now customs” in English. This phrase highlights the concept that certain behaviors or actions that were once viewed as negative or immoral may eventually become widely accepted or normalized within a society.

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