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Encyclopedia > Malice

The term Malice has several meanings:


Also: Malice is a legal term referring to a partys intention to do injury to another party. ... Malice Malice is the title of a 1993 film written by Aaron Sorkin starring Nicole Kidman, Alec Baldwin, and Bill Pullman. ... Malice is a total conversion for Quake, developed jointly by Team Epochalypse (which would go on to form Ratloop) and Quantum Axcess. ... A total conversion, in the computer gaming sense, is a mod (short for modification) of an existing game that replaces 100% of the artistic assets in the original game, as well as a good deal of the gameplay. ... Zombies attacking the player. ... Quantum Axcess was a software publishing firm based in Columbus, Ohio. ... Jerry Tuite, best known as The Wall, Malice or, in Japan, Gigantes (December 24, 1966-December 6, 2003), was a professional wrestler born in Ocean Grove, New Jersey. ...


Abscence Malice - Movie with Paul Newman, circa 1980.


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malice - definition of malice in Encyclopedia (109 words)
Malice is a legal term referring to a party's intention to do injury to another party.
Implied malice occurs when, in the course of nefarious or unlawful doings, a party causes the death of another party.
Malice is also the title of a 1993 film written by Aaron Sorkin starring Nicole Kidman, Alec Baldwin, and Bill Pullman.
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