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“Veritas” is a Latin term that means “truth”. It has been used in various contexts throughout history, often representing the search or discovery of truth. In Roman mythology, Veritas was the goddess of truth, born to Saturn and mother of Virtue. In modern usage, it is often linked to academic mottos like “Veritas vos liberabit” (“The truth shall set you free”), which is the motto of Harvard University. Moreover, “In vino veritas” (“In wine, there is truth”) is a well-known Latin phrase that implies people tend to speak honestly while under the influence of alcohol.

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