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The pronunciation of "nulla poena sine lege" is as follows:

Noo-la pweh-na see-neh leh-geh

Note: The pronunciation is given in an approximate manner using English phonetics. It may vary slightly depending on regional accents and pronunciation norms.

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Nulla poena sine lege is pronounced as ' Nulla peena seenay laygay .

It is Latin, and means 'No punishment without law'.

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