Tempus-edax-rerum



[tem-poo s e-dahks rey-roo m; English tem-puh s ee-daks reer-uh m] /ˈtɛm pʊs ˈɛ dɑks ˈreɪ rʊm; English ˈtɛm pəs ˈi dæks ˈrɪər əm/
Latin.
1.
time, devourer of all things.

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