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Dolos vs. Dolus

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Dolosnoun

The bones that are thrown when throwing the bones for divination.

Dolusnoun

(legal) Evil intent: malice or fraud.

Dolosnoun

The ankle bones of sheep or goats formerly used by children as playthings.

Dolusnoun

Evil intent, embracing both malice and fraud. See Culpa.

Dolosnoun

Interlocking blocks of concrete, used for protection of seawalls and to preserve beaches from erosion, formerly known as Merryfield blocks.

Dolos

A dolos (plural: dolosse) is a wave-dissipating concrete block used in great numbers as a form of coastal management. Weighing up to 80 tonnes (88 short tons), dolos are used to build revetments for protection against the erosive force of waves from a body of water.

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