Malum


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Ma´lum


n.1.An evil. See Mala.
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Sancho caught it alive and presented it to Don Quixote, who was saying, "Malum signum, malum signum
If we could suppose it otherwise, think not rank, valour, high repute, or any earthly consideration, should prevent us from visiting him with punishment, that the evil thing might be removed, even according to the text, Auferte malum ex vobis.
ISLAMABAD:Winter snowfall has started on the hilly areas of the country including Neelum Valley, Malum Jabba and high peaks of Skardu district and Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK).
ISLAMABAD -- Winter snowfall has started on the hilly areas of the country including Neelum Valley, Malum Jabba and high peaks of Skardu district and Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK).
By way of special law, it would be wise to make it a public policy to deem fake news a malum prohibitum offense,' she added.
Eleven (E11VEN), pictured, The Devolved, Black Of Night, Anal Floss Is Boss and Malum Sky fight it out in a Battle of the Bands.
Kainen noted in some instances felonies can be malum prohibitum crimes for relatively minor offenses, such as picking up an arrowhead in a state park, and an automatic suspension in such cases can be harsh.
His discussion is consistent with the notion that state-sponsored force is acceptable but only for true "criminal matters," based on something like the malum prohibitum versus malum in se distinction.
Ea nocte Maximus vestem lupinam gerebat et faciebat malum unius modi et alterius.
John and Mary have been at odds since Season 1 when she had used the Malum to invoke the Grand Rite.
The people of Terra have lived peacefully for many years, until Malum, the Emperor's traitorous servant plagued the hearts of the citizens with a terrible curse that brought evil into their lives.
13) "Uti vero nullum corpus potest subsistere sine conservatione potentiarum suarum; ita bonum dicitur, quod potentias corporis alicujus conservat, malum contra,quod potentias corporis cujusque destruit, quia destructis potentiis destruitur ipsum corpus, conservatis potentiis conservator.