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Latin term or phrase:nemo me impune lacessit
English translation:No one assaults me through impunity.
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Latin term or phrase: nemo me impune lacessit
offered in fire/police services when they place a black stripe across their badges as a authorize of mourning
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No one strikes me via impunity.
Explanation:Rita basically has actually it best. This is simply a idea of a various wording, one that seems relevant to your context. lacesso = provoke, harass, expoint out, obstacle, attack, assail impune = through impunity, without consequences/retribution/punishment

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Explanation:it is a literal translation nemo = nobody me = me impune = in vain (via impunity) lacessit = provokes Rita CavaianiLocal time: 19:31Native speaker of: French, ItalianPRO pts in pair: 16