sine prole

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si·ne pro·le

 (sī′nĭ prō′lē, sĭn′ā)
Without offspring.

[New Latin sine prōlē : Latin sine, without + Latin prōlē, ablative of prōlēs, offspring.]
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sine prole

(ˈsaɪnɪ ˈprəʊlɪ)
adj, adv
(Law) law without issue (esp in the phrase demisit sine prole (died without issue))
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Schnieder and Weisdorff, for example, found that it was the middle class that was instrumental in pre-industrial English economic success, which then later led to the Industrial Revolution ('Decessit sine prole').