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jure divino

[ yoo-re di-wee-noh; English joor-ee di-vahy-noh, -vee- ]
/ ˈyu rɛ dɪˈwi noʊ; English ˈdʒʊər i dɪˈvaɪ noʊ, -ˈvi- /
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adverb Latin.
by divine law.
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