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videlicet; viz.
1. It is permitted to see.
2. One may or can see.
3. That is; namely; used to introduce examples, lists, or items.

Other meanings include: to wit; that is to say; namely. Commonly abbreviated viz., which is expressed orally as "namely", not as "viz."

It is often found in legal documents to advise that what follows provides more details about a preceding general statement: "The defendant committed robbery; viz., last Saturday, at approximately midnight."

Word Entries at Get Words: “videlicet
viz., videlicet
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