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 Vice Versa: “The other way around.” Vice is most commonly pronounced with one syllable, but in Classical Latin it is pronounced “Wee-kay wehr-suh” and in Ecclesiastical Latin “Vee-chay vehr-suh”. Vice Versa: “The other way around.” Vice is most commonly pronounced with one syllable, but in Classical Latin it is pronounced “Wee-kay wehr-suh” and in Ecclesiastical Latin “Vee-chay vehr-suh”.
  
-Persona Non Gratia, also have heard persona non gratia being used and its definition is "​person not welcome",​ it was used to appear ​official ​and authoritarian ​in the establishment ​of a person who has their access revoked due to non amicable ​behaviour.+Persona Non Gratia, also have heard "persona non gratia" ​being used and its definition is "​person not welcome",​ it was used to appear ​absolute ​and serious ​in the rejection ​of a person who has had their access revoked due to behaviour ​infridgements.
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