confusio

See: confusion, turmoil

confusio

the mixing of liquids, the property in which is governed by rules in the law of Scotland. If the liquids are of the same kind, e.g. wine and wine, there is common property in proportion to quantity and value. If of different substances that cannot be separated, e.g. water and wine, this is but a form of SPECIFICATIO.
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Voir Christa Rautenbach et Willemien du Plessis, << African Customary Marriages in South Africa--Intricacies of a Mixed Legal System: Judicial (In)novatio or Confusio >> (2012) 57 : 4 RD McGill 749 aux pp 756 et s.
8-9) is most evident in Inferno III-VII" (278), and that "After this infernal confusio linguarum, from canto VIII onwards, a relative silence can be said to descend on Dante's Hell.
41) Antoninus, Sermones (Sermo in Quinquagesima), 3rb: "Dicitur communiter, quod ubi multitudo ibi confusio.
With junior undergraduates, I have come to take care to explain what a rosary is and to provide translations of Amor vincit omnia and--please believe me--In principio /Mulier est hominis confusio.
Local education authoritie will be more inclined to introduce the six-term proposal in con junction with neighbouring authorities, to prevent confusio when families transfer acros boundaries.
In capite concilii primum debetis audire de fide Catholica quod est principalitas et major virtus nostra et tocius Christianl imperii salus et Iudeorum atque Sarracenorum et paganorum et haereticorum et Antichristi et diaboli et inferni destructio et confusio.
Despite her initial indignation and confusio n in response to his horror that she lacks knowledge of African stories and rituals, his obvious sorrow at her situation propels Avey to confide in him.
The term novatio refers to "renewal" or "change" whilst the term confusio usually bears the meaning of "mixing" or "combining", although it can also denote "confusion" or "disorder".
This discussion bears a striking resemblance to a passage from Pace's De fructu (Pace, 58; indeed, Pace mentions the Adagia several times in his work): "Apud homines vero, ubi abest aequalitas, ibi adest magna confusio, innumeras ingenerans pestes, ut avaritiam, dolum, fraudem, & id genus alias, quas longum esset recensere.