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Sui generis

“Sui generis” is a Latin phrase that means “of its own kind” or “unique in its characteristics.” It is frequently used to describe something that is original, exceptional, or in a category of its own, possessing qualities that distinguish it from anything else. In a variety of circumstances, it is used to emphasize the extraordinary or unparalleled nature of something.

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