confusio

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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As an extreme form of change, metamorphosis exposes what so troubled Bernard de Clairvaux: that is, the mixtio or confusio created by the combination of two entities--man and animal--resulting in a third indeterminate entity, which Bernard describes as "an incoherence with no name, a nothing" (Bynum 120).
Herms places the page in his palm and begins: "KISS SHADE ABLAIZING BEAUTY ART FETISH CONFUSIO," he recites.
Confusio 'The result was chaos in the service,' said Amethya dela Llana, manager of the SBMA Ecology Center, who was among the SBMA employees who had called out the chairman's actions as unbecoming of an official.
Ast claritatis causa, ne confusio fiat inter ordinem substantialem et ilium processualem seu praxim forensem, magis opportunum est ut in formula dubii adhibeatur hoc in ambitu locutio erroris [unius contrahentis] circa qualitatem [alterius contrahentis], relinquendo ad phasim discussoriam, denique et decisoriam, disceptationem utrum in casu concreto agatur de priore an de altera figura erroris qualitatis.
On balance, as with Monsieur George's destructive infatuation with Dona Rita in The Arrow of Gold, Conrad seems to have shared a belief with Chaucer's Nun's Priest, mulier est hominis confusio.
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.
(130.) See generally Arnold, supra note 121 (distinguishing among specificatio, accessio, and confusio).