violation


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

an act of disrespect or impiety toward something regarded as sacred

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Similarly, the BCS detected 103 such violations collectively in 'I' series of the sectors .
With this sharp escalation in the Israeli violations against our journalists, it is shameful to see increase in violations by local authorities" Abu baker said.
Bureaucrats were the second most-stopped, with 16 caught by ITP officials for traffic violations, followed by nine MNA and MPAs, six diplomats, five journalists and one member of the judiciary.
Starting with PVT Elevator Violations upon launch in 2013, and now with the addition of FDNY Violation Orders, ECB Violations and Sidewalk Violations, VioCopies.
Part 851, against contractors for violations of DOE worker safety and health requirements.
Finally, this study details the differences in accrual-based and real earnings management activities in the quarters during, prior to, and following the violation.
We sometimes receive calls from the public saying that they did not commit the traffic violation that they were issued fine for, and they turn out to be right," said Al Zafein.
If reasonable cause leads to a violation, the civil penalty could come to $1,000 to $50,000 for each violation.
The skyrocketing foreclosure rate over the past several years has resulted in an extraordinary number of code violations nationwide, which has made it extremely difficult to return nonperforming properties into homes for deserving families," said Rudy Krupka, president and chief executive officer of Code Violation Services.
Under this system, a critical violation was weighted at four or five points depending on the nature of the violation, and a noncritical violation was valued at one to two points.
The chain averaged eight critical violations for every 10 inspection visits, or less than one per visit.
The court found that lighting in each death row cell was less than twenty foot-candles, in violation of the constitutional rights of the class members.
In 2001, researchers in California and Japan uncovered a type of CP violation among B mesons (SN: 3/3/01, p.