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nemine contradicente

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Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe
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From [[w:Template:lang:la language|Template:lang:la]][[Category:Template:lang:la derivations]] nemine contradicente nobody contradicting.


  • (Latinate) IPA: /nɛˈmiˑne kɒntrædiˈkɛnte/
  • (Anglicised) IPA: /nɛˈmɪne kɒntrədɪˈsɛnte/


nemine contradicente (not comparable)

nemine contradicente

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  1. (Template loop detected: Template:context 1) With nobody contradicting; by consensus; without dissent.
    • 1621, The House of Commons of the Great Britain Parliament, Commons Debates, 1621, p279
      The patents of 9, 13, The 2 proclamations, the Indenture and proclamations of 16 et 18, both in the creation, makynge, grantyng, and execution, by question (nemine contradicente) found greevances.
    • 1796, John Hatsells, Precedents of Proceedings in the House of Commons: With Observations, p102
      75. On the 11th of May, 1759, the Lords amend a turnpike road Bill, by inſerting a clauſe, “That no gate ſhall be ereƈted within a mile of Enſham Ferry”. The conſideration of this amendment is reſolved, nemine contradicente, to be put off for a month.
    • 1841, Presbyterian Church in the United States, Records of the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America: embracing the minutes of the Presbytery of Philadelphia, from A.D. 1706 to 1716: minutes of the Synod of Philadelphia, from A.D. 1717 to 1758: minutes of the Synod of New York, from A.D. 1745 to 1758: minutes of the Synod of Philadelphia and New York, from A.D. 1758 to 1788, p132
      The above overture approved, nemine contradicente. Adjourned till ten of the clock on Monday morning. The committee to meet at eight of the clock.
    • 1898, Thomas Hearne et alii, Remarks and Collections of Thomas Hearne, p208
      ‛Twas granted nemine contradicente.
    • 1912, Charles Stokes Carey, Letters Written by Lord Chesterfield to His Son, p306
      Near twelve millions have been granted this year, not only nemine contradicente, but nemine quicquid dicente.
    • 2002, Jonathan Scott, Algernon Sidney and the Restoration Crisis, 1677–1683, p67
      Under the patronage of Titus and Jones the vote of the previous House was now read, and passed nemine contradicente for the first time.

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