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Ex Uno Omnes

means from the one instance deduced you may infer the nature of the rest. A general inference from a particular example. If one oak-tree bears acorns, all other oak-trees will grow similar fruit.

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Evolution
Ewe-lamb (A)
Ex Cathedra (Latin)
Ex Hypothesi
Ex Luce Lucellum
Ex Officio (Latin, by virtue of his office)
Ex Parte (Latin, proceeding only from one of the parties)
Ex Pede Herculem
Ex Post Facto (Latin)
Ex Professo (Latin)
Ex Uno Omnes
Exaltation
Exaltation of the Cross
Examination
Examiners (Public)
Excalibur (Ex cal [ce] liber [atus])
Excellency (His)
Excelsior
Exception
Exceptions prove the Rule
Exchequer