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nil sine numine

[ neel -sin-e -noo-mi-ne; English nil -sin-ee -noo-mi-nee, nyoo- ]
/ nil ˈsɪn ɛ ˈnu mɪ nɛ; English nɪl ˈsɪn i ˈnu mɪ ni, ˈnyu- /
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Latin.

nothing without the divine will: motto of Colorado.

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