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Synonyms for QED

a relativistic quantum theory of the electromagnetic interactions of photons and electrons and muons

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Not only the physical elements of mid-1980s Romania are captured in "Quod erat demonstrandum" but also the intangible atmosphere of cautionary hope, fear and betrayal that permeated that society.
There is nothing like that in Russia..." "Quod erat demonstrandum" would perhaps have been an appropriate riposte.
In an attempt to raise the intellectual level of debate, a blogger trots out the Latin phrase 'Quod erat demonstrandum' which means 'that which was to be demonstrated' or in modern parlance 'as was to be expected'.
pelting the explorers below- This recalls the Yahoos in Gulliver's Travels (1726), Book 4 50: Quod erat demonstrandum (Which was to be proved)- Euclid, Elements 51: A time to gather stones together, a time to cast away stones- Ecclesiastes 3:8
Quod erat demonstrandum. No, Michelle, I won't pull this stunt again for at least 5 more years.