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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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In Malabon, five people were caught drinking in public; six were half-naked; and 31 minors violated curfew.
In 1984, India not only violated the Simla Accord but also the Karachi agreement of 1949 which defined the Ceasefire Line between Pakistan and India in Jammu and Kashmir as prevailing after the UN-brokered ceasefire of January 1949.
It added that two Israeli reconnaissance aircraft violated Lebanese airspace over the town of Naqoura and circled over the south and then left the atmosphere.
This not only violated the rights of the detainees.
In defining whether certain conduct is clearly established, the Court referenced one of its often-cited qualified immunity decisions--"that the right the official is alleged to have violated must have been 'clearly established' in a more particularized, and hence more relevant, sense: The contours of the right must be sufficiently clear that a reasonable official would understand that what he is doing violates that right." (18)
The five-year-old American Civil Liberties Union, seeking to challenge the law on grounds that it violated the First Amendment ban against any law "respecting an establishment of religion," advertised for a teacher willing to defy it.
After deciding that "the evidence indicated that Legg Mason was a sophisticated entity that repeatedly violated Lowry's copyrights, even when asked to stop," the court upheld the entire jury verdict and issued an order prohibiting Legg Mason from violating Lowry's copyrights in the future.
ESSA, whose current President is STA's former president Arthur Rubinstein (Skyline Steel), has complained to the Education Department that Regents Rule 29.3(b) is being routinely violated and provided documentation on several projects.
He argues that the district violated his daughter's religious freedom by forcing her to hear the phrase "under God" during the Pledge of Allegiance.
PhrMA sued CMS in federal court alleging that the PDP violated provisions (42 USC [section]1396r-8(b)(1)(A)) that require manufacturers only to pay rebates for drugs "for which payment was made under the state plan." In addition, PhrMA alleged that the PDP violated the nominal co-payment limitations.
The EEOC determined in September that the release "was a form of pre-emptive retaliation" that violated discrimination law.