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Synonyms for contravene

Synonyms for contravene

to fail to fulfill (a promise) or conform to (a regulation)

to refuse to admit the truth, reality, value, or worth of

Synonyms for contravene

go against, as of rules and laws

deny the truth of

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any reason contravening commitments by green open development over site use.
The DemirE[micro]ren Group could challenge the state by filing a case against it; however, if it cannot prove that there is not any construction contravening the zoning regulations, third persons who own the residences there will be harmed," he said.
Cases heard at Coventry Magistrates Court on Wednesday, September 25, included: Akram Afzaldul, of Brownshill Green Road, Brownshill Green, admitted contravening the requirements of a prohibition notice relating to the storage of food and drink in a loft at Infinity Room Ltd.
The National Prosecuting Authority of South Africa asked for the order to be made after their investigation culminated in him being accused of 51 counts of fraud 34 counts of contravening income tax legislation 234 counts of contravening exchange control regulation TWO counts of money laundering, and ONE count of racketeering.
They stand accused of contravening their noble mission, exploiting their professions in illegal political activities.
While ISAF troops have engaged in fierce battles with antigovernment forces mainly in Kandahar Province, the Taliban's stronghold, the Japanese team will not provide medical care to injured soldiers as it could also be interpreted as contravening the Constitution, the sources said.
Summary: BEIRUT: The guidance directorate of the Lebanese Army issued a statement on Wednesday announcing that Israeli jets violated Lebanese airspace, contravening Resolution 1701.
Terry Reffell (Pencoed) Ltd, of Kent Road, Bridgend End Industrial Estate, was fined pounds 6,000 for contravening a health and safety regulation.
If any more ads contravening the International Code of Marketing of Artificial Baby Milk are accepted, I do not wish to be a member of NZNO.
"In the recent period the police have been coming along and saying we are contravening various laws, which they're not very clear on."
A FORMER Wirral businessman accused of contravening a court order disqualifying him from company directorship appeared in court yesterday.
Derek Kelly (46), a financial analyst from Greystones, Co Wicklow, Ireland, and chairman of the Gutshot Private Members Club in Clerkenwell, central London, was found guilty of contravening the Act by organising a game of poker in which a levy was charged on the winnings.
While reading the February 14 story "Lord of Illusion" about Norah Vincent's spending 18 months as male Ned, this quote really struck me: "All the guilt about being an impester, the anxiety of getting caught at it, and the by then extreme discomfort of contravening my own gender identity ..." Good Lord, does this describe the first 35 years of my life!
Attorneys for California also argued that RLUIPA's mandate favored religion, thereby contravening the First Amendment principle of church-state separation.