the return of performance-related compensation upon the discovery of deficient performance
There is a malus clause in his contract.
It was Christians who introduced the apple, perhaps because the wordplay in Latin between apple ( malus) and evil ( malum).
Well-meaning horticulturists have tried what they could do toward domesticating this malus coronaria.
On the parchment cover the two words "malus vicinus" met my eye.
“Fatus suus” on a monument might seem a blunder, but malus fatus occurs in Petronius Arbiter (p. 270).
The polarization of light by reflection was discovered by malus, in 1809.
And now let us try to make substantially the experiment of malus.
malus saw that in some positions the light reflected from the windows of the Louvre became dim.
It would be strange indeed if such closely related species as these malus and many Cratgus would not cross.
Show me an honest man, Nemo malus qui non stultus, 'tis Fabius' aphorism to the same end.
The wild sweet crab, malus coronaria Mill., differs from the above in having more nearly smooth leaves and calyx.