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e pluribus unum

(eɪ ˈplʊərɪbʊs ˈuːnʊm)
one out of many: the motto of the USA
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e plu•ri•bus u•num

(ɛ ˈplu rɪˌbʊs ˈu nʊm; Eng. ˈi ˈplʊər ə bəs ˈyu nəm)
Latin.
out of many, one (motto of the U.S.).
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coins with "E Pluribus Unum" or "Unum E Pluribus" (one from many) were the New Jersey coppers in 1786; some experimental pattern Confederation coppers, including a Washington likeness in 1786; and the New York Brasher gold doubloons and Excelsior coppers in 1787.
It climbed the flagless pole on the Green & shouted, itself amast recited from the dollar e pluribus unum e pluribus unum.