c cui

Cui

[kwee; French ky-ee]
noun
César [French sey-zar] , Antonovich [Russian uhn-taw-nuh-vyich] , 1835–1918, Russian composer.
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cui bono
1604, a L. phrase from Cicero. It means "to whom for a benefit," or "who profits by it?" not "to what good purpose?" as is often erroneously claimed.
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