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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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The existence of this personal relationship -- and its underlying dependence -- would thus be used to put pressure on infractors.
Thus, the dependence of infractors (for these two resources) on other partners is widely perceived across the partnership to be a factor when selecting sanctioners among these partners.
Attention is now focused on the relationships between, on the one hand, respondents and sanctioners and, on the other, respondents and infractors.
Other potential infractors are not matched with 'obvious' sanctioners.
Within this 'elite', several partners, such as Partners 1, 2, 4, 5, 9, 20 or 26 are boundary spanning partners systematically chosen to perform this role for many (up to ten) infractors.
He is not perceived as potentially offensive to infractors, rather as bringing some formality to the meeting without creating an antagonistic situation.
From other members' perspective, though, it can also represent a danger (to the firm as a whole) of seeing sanctioners provide preferential treatment to infractors very close to themselves (Katz 1979).