2. One of several hard wood, leguminous trees: Marla has a locust in her garden to provide shade.
The locus of the invasion of the locust, and its multitudes of relatives, was the grain fields and each tree that is a locust which grows along the river.
This passage is commonly cited to explain or illustrate a subject and is also translated as, "The most authoritative or most frequently cited passage."
A corpus delicti establishes that a crime has been committed; while a locus delicti is the place where the crime occurred.
The place in question or the spot mentioned. This phrase refers to a place where something of interest has occurred or where a passage under discussion may be found.
A legal expression that denotes the period within which a person may withdraw from an assumed obligation before it becomes legally binding.
This phrase indicates the place on a document for affixing the seal of the notary public or other official responsible for such seals.
Also translated as, "That was inappropriate."