transgression


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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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the spreading of the sea over land as evidenced by the deposition of marine strata over terrestrial strata

the action of going beyond or overstepping some boundary or limit

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In the letters, the Ministry said that the Turkish government, not content with providing all sorts of support for its terrorist pawns like ISIS and Jabhat al-Nusra, has carried out a blatant transgression on the Syrian Arab Republic territory at dawn on Sunday February 22, 2015, with this transgression involving the entry of hundreds of soldiers and military vehicles into Syrian territory.
Anger Toward God in the Context of Personal Moral Transgression
Meanwhile, several social media users condemned the transgression of Saudi traditions while others felt that the incident was blown out of proportion.
Andrews in Scotland shows that the details of a transgression are more susceptible to forgetting when that transgression has been forgiven.
A LOCAL official on duty during the IPL matches at the Ferozeshah Kotla has been told to keep away from the stadium for transgression and another reprimanded.
In the reproach phase, the victim seeks an explanation for the transgression.
AS TRANSGRESSIONS GO, yours is minor, but it is a transgression.
From time to time there are transgressions, I would use the word transgression, the correct term is transgression and not incursion.
Many unnamed NBA sources have been quoted on the story, many of whom have expressed dismay that the Knicks were only fined for this transgression and will not lose any draft picks, which would have been a much harsher penalty and sent a more powerful message.
You commit a transgression once, it engenders guilt; you commit the transgression again and again, your guilt is deadened.
The City at Its Limits: Taboo, Transgression and Urban Renewal in Lima
Michel Foucault's account of the necessary dynamic that exists between transgression and limit has informed the collection and given the book its title.
The first clear evidences of the Litorina Sea transgression in Estonia were obtained from sediment sequences of isolated lakes and ancient lagoons (Kents 1939; Thomson 1939; Kessel 1963; Raukas et al.
Indeed, the encroachment of politics into scientific research is a transgression that many of us--gay or straight, Christian or non-Christian--can agree is wrong.
In the most recent transgression, Moyles invited female listeners to text in to say whether they urinated in the shower.