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ad rem

 (ăd rĕm)
adj.
Relevant; pertinent.
adv.
To the point; relevantly.

[Latin : ad, to + rem, accusative of rēs, matter, thing.]

ad rem

(æd ˈrɛm)
adj, adv
to the point; without digression: to reply ad rem; an ad rem discussion. Compare ad hominem

ad rem

(æd ˈrɛm, ɑd)
adj.
1. relevant; pertinent: an ad rem argument.
adv.
2. without digressing.
[< Latin: literally, to the matter]
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