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  • noun Plural form of malus.

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Examples

  • The stock market is down so much, but all the managers are rich because they get bonuses and no maluses.

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  • The stock market is down so much, but all the managers are rich because they get bonuses and no maluses.

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  • For example, standing in a forest means, you are much slower, you can't shoot and see at your usual distance, so you get big maluses to your stats (-2 to all).

    PSP World

  • For example, standing in a forest means, you are much slower, you can't shoot and see at your usual distance, so you get big maluses to your stats (-2 to all).

    PSP World

  • Each battalion you can command also has some bonuses and maluses, like a harder hittinh helicopter force, which is also more fragile.

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  • For example, standing in a forest means, you are much slower, you can't shoot and see at your usual distance, so you get big maluses to your stats (-2 to all).

    PSP World

  • Just as bonuses (Latin for "good") are paid out for good performance, maluses

    Dealbreaker

  • The maluses could wipe out all previously agreed share bonuses and two thirds of all cash bonuses under stringent new rules designed to align the interests of executives and traders with those of shareholders.

    Dealbreaker

  • The maluses could wipe out all previously agreed share bonuses and two thirds of all cash bonuses under stringent new rules designed to align the interests of executives and traders with those of shareholders.

    Dealbreaker

  • Just as bonuses (Latin for "good") are paid out for good performance, maluses

    Dealbreaker

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