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 (lôr′əm ĭp′səm)
Text consisting of jumbled fragments of Latin words, used as a placeholder in designing the layout of a document.

[From the first two words traditionally used in such text (taken from the phrase (Neque porro quisquam est qui do)lorem ipsum (quia dolor sit amet), "Nor is there anyone who loves pain for pain's sake," in Cicero's philosophical work De finibus bonorum et malorum ("On the Ends of Good and Evil")).]
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On its 65th anniversary, the Philippine Marketing Association (PMA) celebrates a new dawn by bringing the world stage of marketing to the PMA's new flagship conference, IPSUM, which is the first-ever, country-focused marketing event to be held in the Philippines.
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It is in fact the classic Platonic distinction between a perfection as it shows up in this or that instance and the same perfection, as Plato likes to say, "itself by itself." Proclus uses this principle to argue that all things proceed from "one," (2) and it is this principle that Aquinas uses in arguing that all things are caused to be by ipsum esse subsistens, or God.
Ipsum Technologies is investing $19.2 million in a new production operation in Pickens County that is expected to create 55 new jobs, according to the S.C.
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Our motto is "Nosce Te Ipsum," a Latin phrase meaning "know thyself." Understanding strengths and weaknesses is an important key to success for our students, all of whom have learning differences such as dyslexia, attention challenges or autism.