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Toties quoties

“Toties quoties” is a Latin expression that translates to “as often as” in English. This phrase is commonly used in formal or legal contexts to indicate that something should be done repeatedly or whenever it is necessary. For instance, in legal documents, “toties quoties” may be used to specify that a particular action should be taken “as often as” a certain event occurs.

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