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violate

(vī′ĕ-lāt″) [L. violare, to injure]
To harm or injure a person, esp. to rape a female.
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These toll violators are effectively stealing from the state and the citizens of Texas.
According to the broker who represented the company in the assignment, CB Richard Ellis senior associate Sam Seiler, Violator reversed its plans and decided instead to move its operations into its gleaming new space and market the old office to interested tenants instead of keeping it.
The Canadian parole violator study came to a similar conclusion, referring to this as a lack of "coping skills.
If other officers are on the scene or arrive shortly afterward, primary officers should communicate with them to set up a perimeter in the area to contain the violator.
Further, Maarafi warned the residency violators of the consequence of
According to Brig Al Mansouri, 22,173 infiltrators and violators in Dubai were arrested or surrendered to police in 2011, compared to 21,690 in 2010 and 45,549 in 2009.
An indigent violator who cannot pay would most likely accept, without question, his fate before the court of law.
He informed that RDA Building Control Wing team on the directive of Commissioner Rawalpindi Division/Director General (DG) RDA Nadeem Aslam Chaudhry conducted raids and took action against the violators.
RAWALPINDI -- Potohar Division Police in their crackdown against kite sellers and kite flying ban violators rounded up 36 kite flying ban violators on Thursday night and Friday and recovered 1851 kites, 60 string rolls and registered 27 FIRs against the accused.
RAWALPINDI:The district administration and police have urged the citizens not to allow their children to violate the kite flying ban imposed by the provincial government else strict action in accordance with the law would be taken and the ban violators would be
Summary: Violators who rectify status within grace period may have fines revoked