Nisi in a sentence as an adjective

There's an excellent Latin phrase for all that:De mortuis nil nisi bonum.

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Quinoa laborum velit 3 wolf moon placeat eiusmod, nisi brooklyn cred VHS stumptown.

Leggings brunch sustainable, organic vice do nisi fixie dolor cred sartorial.

But because I have a personal interest in the subject, here's one that tracks the Latin a little more closely: De mortuis [On the dead, ] nil [nothing] nisi bonum [unless it is good] dicendum est [should be said].

The standard common law test of criminal liability is usually expressed in the Latin phrase, actus non facit reum nisi mens sit rea, which means "the act does not make a person guilty unless the mind be also guilty".

The minimal document is: \documentclass{stochastic} \title{Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet} \begin{document} \maketitle \section{Lorem ipsum dolor} \subsection{Dolor sit amet} Vivamus consectetur enim a leo luctus vitae aliquam nisi volutpat.

Here's the original:"Velocissimum omnium animalium, non solum marinorum, est delphinus, ocior volucre, acrior telo, ac nisi multum infra rostrum os illi foret medio paene in ventre, nullus piscium celeritatem eius evaderet.

Nisi definitions


not final or absolute; "the decree is nisi and not absolute"