where dsoes the wording status quo stem from?
we know its not american
- Anonymous2 weeks ago
It's short for "status quo ante" ("the situation before"), and it is definitely American; among other things it's a legal term that occurs in lawsuits and court rulings all the time in American courts.
- Karen LLv 72 weeks ago
It's Latin. Google it. It means 'existing state of affairs'.
- Barkley HoundLv 72 weeks ago
It is Latin for "state in which".
- GregLv 72 weeks ago
That would be from the Latin language.
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- 2 weeks ago
it's probably greek, when those angry gays rioted back them on the doors of athens or something?