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infraction

 [in-frak´shun]
incomplete bone fracture without displacement.

in·frac·tion

(in-frak'shŭn),
Obsolete term for fracture; especially one without displacement.
[L. infractio, a breaking, fr. infringere, to break]

infraction

/in·frac·tion/ (in-frak´shun) incomplete bone fracture without displacement.

in·frac·tion

(in-frak'shŭn)
A fracture; especially one without displacement.
[L. infractio, a breaking, fr. infringere, to break]

infraction

non-displaced fracture

infraction

incomplete bone fracture without displacement.
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Kudos to Webster Police Officer Southall who shoveled an elderly resident's sidewalk instead of issuing a civil infraction.
To compensate for the asymmetry of information that penalises plaintiffs instead of those responsible for the infraction, all national jurisdictions will be able to order incriminated companies to disclose elements of proof, and must automatically accept as proof decisions by the national competition authority on an infraction.
In fact, the suspension was the proposed penalty of the CCC in the Notice of Disciplinary Action, but, as Mr Carr applied for an oral hearing in respect of the alleged infraction, that penalty was not imposed.
In the event that minors are involved in these themes the infraction will be rated as A.
Il a affirme que "la Finul et l' armee libanaise se sont deployees dimanche pour empE[logical not]cher toute violation de la ligne technique", assurant que "les infractions de cette ligne ne sont pas prises Ea la legE re par les casques bleus qui ne manquent pas de les signaler au Conseil de securite quand elles ont lieu".
74, Florida Statutes, and article V, section 2, Florida Constitution, this court adopts the following rules and procedure for the Civil Traffic Infraction Hearing Officer Program:
In the Truck Series, Bodine was fined 25 points and car owner Stephen Germain was fined 25 points for an infraction found before qualifying.
Ideally, after a staff member writes up a disciplinary incident, security staff on the next shift investigate the infraction and set a date and time for the hearing.
While bus drivers were told to talk into the camera and give the license number and color of the car that passed the stop arm, the district's transportation supervisor, Dan Schultz, still had to spend hours reviewing the tape to get to the exact moment when the infraction occurred.
This issue includes the IRS practice of suspending a practitioner for two years from the e-file program for past infractions.
Prior to its implementation, it was projected that the level system would separate the maximum-security inmates into two relatively stable groups: those that, given appropriate incentive, could and would remain infraction free and those that either were unable or unwilling to remain infraction free.
Remedial Measures: The new enforcement trait ensures prompt and appropriate remedial action is taken to protect agriculture, the food supply, and the environment in the event of a compliance infraction.