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Казуи́стика ({lang-la|casus}} — тĕслĕх, казус) — кулленхи пĕрлехи пĕлтерĕшпе çак терминпа иккĕленӳллĕ е суя идейăсене каласа çирĕплетмешкĕн тавлашура аргументсемпе выляса усă курни; крючкотворство[1].

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