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Nullus liber homo

“Nullus liber homo” is a Latin phrase which means “no free man” in English. This phrase is often used in legal contexts to highlight the principle that certain rights or privileges are applicable to all individuals regardless of their background or status. The phrase emphasizes the belief that nobody should be unjustly deprived of their basic freedoms or rights.

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