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SPQR T-Shirts - Men's T-Shirt by American Apparel
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Men's T-Shirt by American Apparel
Normal fit
  • Jersey t-shirt for men
  • 100% cotton
  • Brand: American Apparel
This t-shirt is perfect for that tailored look. Throw it on under a sweater or sweatshirt, or wear it by itself with a pair of jeans or khakis.
  • 100% fine-combed jersey cotton (heather gray color is 90% cotton/10% polyester) | Fabric Weight: 4.3 oz (lightweight)
  • Wide range of sizes from S-3X available in a wide variety of colors
  • Durable double-stitched bottom hem and stretchable cotton collar for lasting comfort
  • Reinforced shoulder construction maintains shape after repeated washings
  • Made, processed and printed in the U.S.A.
Size chart
S
M
L
XL
2XL
3XL
A (cm)
71.1
72.4
76.2
78.7
81.3
85.1
B (cm)
45.7
50.8
54.6
61.0
64.8
71.1

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SPQR
SPQR is an initialism from a Latin phrase, Senātus Populusque Rōmānus ("The Senate and People of Rome", see translation), referring to the government of the ancient Roman Republic, and used as an official emblem of the modern day comune (municipality) of Rome. It appears on coins, at the end of documents made public by inscription in stone or metal, in dedications of monuments and public works, and was emblazoned on the standards of the Roman legions. The phrase appears many hundreds of times in Roman political, legal and historical literature, including the speeches of Mārcus Tullius Cīcerō (Tully) and the Ab urbe condita libri ("Books From the Founding of the City") of Titus Livius (Livy). Since the meaning and the words never vary, except for the spelling and inflection of populus in literature,[citation needed] Latin dictionaries classify it as a formula.
Tags: The, Senate, and, People, of, Rome, Senatus, Populusque, Romanus, SPQR, Italy
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wokestore
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United States
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