non prosequiturnon pro·se·qui·tur
Origin of non prosequiturL, literally , he does not prosecute
Origin of non prosequiturLate Latin n&omacron;n prosequitur, he does not prosecute : Latin n&omacron;n, not + pr&omacron;sequitur, third person sing. present tense of pr&omacron;sequ&imacron;, to prosecute.
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Latin, meaning "he does not prosecute".
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