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How can I list the info for an array of /dev/disks using bash expansion or substitution?

I want the output of: diskutil list; diskutil info [multiple devices] Without having to do: diskutil info disk0; diskutil info disk0s1; diskutil info disk1 ...etc For example, with many builtin ...
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How to do multiple brace expansions without combinatorial explosion?

I often use brace expansion on the command line, because it's handy. Example {foo,bar} expands to: foo bar Multiple brace expansion also expand, e.g.: {foo,bar}Q{foo,bar} would expand to: ...
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cp : short way of copying

I don't remember exactly but there was either cp or mv command which I was able to do something like this with: cp file{.cpp, .cpp.org} Which would copy file.cpp and make a copy named file.cpp.org. ...
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Why arguments in braces do not expand in this case?

For example, I want to put some file names inside braces for expansion like this: $ ls blue_texture blue_waves green_light $ ls -m | tr -d ' \n' blue_texture,blue_waves,green_light $ echo ...