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Pax Ro·ma·na
[paks roh-mey-nuh, -mah-, pahks; Latin pahks roh-mah-nah]
the terms of peace imposed by ancient Rome on its dominions.
any state of peace imposed by a strong nation on weaker or defeated nations.
an uneasy or hostile peace.
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