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adverb 
  1. By that very fact itself. cf., Cf.: eo ipso.<ref name="OED-etym&def">The Oxford English Dictionary (2007)</ref>
"if two individuals fail to make an exchange, then this demonstrates that at that moment at least one of them would not have benefited from the exchange."
"Bryan Caplan, "The Austrian Search for Realistic Foundations"
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    Etymology: From Latin, ipso facto.<ref name="OED-etym&def">The Oxford English Dictionary (2007)</ref>


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