locus[ loh-kuh s ]SEE DEFINITION OF locus
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LOCUS
We had no "locus standi" for complaining of this change and did not complain.
The result is that you have no locus standi as a resident in the house.
The locus of the idea, of the given problem, is not the same in the two processes.
The nursing situation is the locus of all that is known and done in nursing.
And as I had no army with me, I had no locus standi for sending an ambassador.
The locus of the documents was to him a mystery and a wonder!
Now I was a matter of 300 miles' travel from the locus in quo.
Locus in quo—The place in which; the place previously 25 occupied.
This locus again, however, cannot be employed in the negative, for the purpose of refutation.
There is a locus of More and Less, which may be made available in various ways.