Latin Square design, Applied Statistics

what is the the Latin Square design? What is its application in research? please explain this term with very simple but with detailed explanation for effective understanding. I have read many explanation relatet to this term but still I am very confused and searching for appropriate and easy to grasp answer. hopefully your answer would be good for me
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