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illegal,

adj not authorized by law; illicit.
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Chief Justice of Pakistan (CJP) Mian Saqib Nisar while warning deputy commissioner Rawalpindi has remarked 'demolish the illegal constructions or you will fall.
Chief Justice Mian Saqib Nisar, heading a three-judge bench, was hearing a suo moto case on illegal constructions in Murree, especially on the Mall Road.
PALMDALE -- Palmdale is looking to put some bite into the enforcement of its municipal codes by starting a citation program -- one that will include stiff fines for illegal fireworks, illegal dumping and graffiti.
Lancaster, FAIA, announced the launch of a new enforcement campaign designed to combat illegal advertising signs posted on sidewalk sheds.
Reason's pieces on immigration ("Immigration Now, Immigration Tomorrow, Immigration Forever," August/September) delivered a cogent and complete set of arguments on the issue but were most important for their central question: What threat does illegal immigration pose?
citizens and illegal, undocumented immigrants have lived in a kind of awkward partnership for decades.
In December, the House passed a tough new bill to combat illegal immigration.
Her book, At America's Gates, offers a detailed examination of the motives and methods of immigration officials, a moving portrayal of the experiences of Chinese immigrants, a provocative argument that Chinese exclusion fostered the turn-of-the-century growth of the American nation state as well as its budding imperial projects, and a fascinating analysis of the transnational business of illegal immigration as it developed over the six decades, from 1882 to 1943, during which exclusion laws were in effect.
The Institute's Professional Issues Task Force issued Practice Alert 2004-01, Illegal Acts, to provide guidance for auditors of nonissuers and their firms regarding the extent of the consideration an independent auditor should give to the possibility of illegal acts by a client in an audit of financial statements in accordance with generally accepted auditing standards (www.
It was the fourth day of an illegal sea voyage, and Segura was at the helm of a creaky old fishing boat overloaded with 205 passengers, all migrants from Ecuador hoping to reach the U.
As far as we know, the total value of the major forms of international environmental crime--illegal logging and fishing, illegal trade in wildlife and in ozone-depleting substances, and illegal dumping of hazardous waste--may be on the order of $20-40 billion a year, about 5-10% of the size of the global drug trade.