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an act or instance of breaking a law or regulation or of nonfulfillment of an obligation or promise, for example

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An infraction of the law having less dignity than a
All must obey, or compose, the same laws that ran without infraction through the entire experience of man.
I mean spinach," replied Aramis; "but on your account I will add some eggs, and that is a serious infraction of the rule-for eggs are meat, since they engender chickens.
At the second infraction of it, you undertook to go for a soldier.
La moyenne des infractions economiques enregistree dans les marches et espaces commerciaux a atteint 123 infractions au cours des mois de septembre, octobre et novembre 2017, selon des donnees du ministere du Commerce, publiees hier lundi.
000 infractions commerciales a travers les differents espaces de vente, a-t-on appris aupres de la direction.
The regulatory sanctions were for 24 identified infractions.
What's more, insurance departments are generally diligent about publicizing licensee infractions.
That mistake led to 11 infractions in 11 areas in the Code of Federal Regulations.
Le nombre des infractions economiques a atteint, au cours des 10 premiers jours du mois de Ramadan 2014, 3932 contre 1531 infractions, pendant la meme periode de l'annee 2013.
The NCAA's Committee on Infractions will announce findings today in the investigation of University of Oregon football recruiting practices under former head coach Chip Kelly.
Although the EU Court of Justice has recognised the right of all victims of infractions of rules on agreements and abuses of dominant position to obtain compensation for the damage sustained, in the last seven years only 25% of these victims have been able to effectively seek compensation for infractions recognised by the Commission.
Reducing infractions and punishments to zero and days absent to the average observed level in grades 1-6 would increase the percentage of students attaining proficiency on sixth-grade achievement tests by approximately 3% in literacy and 4% in mathematics.
Specifically, this work aims to show the detailed results of this research during two specific three-month periods of analysis undertaken in the past two years in order to make an assessment about the degree of application of and infractions to this Code, as well as its evolution during this period of analysis.
Initially the establishments were fined between SR8,000 and SR10,000, but they failed to rectify their infractions and were subsequently shut down indefinitely.