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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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Lieutenant-Colonel Saif Abdullah Al Falasi, deputy director of Traffic and Patrol Department of Ajman Police, said the fines were issued during the inspection campaign targeting traffic law violaters to achieve the Ministry of Interior's strategic goals aimed at ensuring maximum traffic safety.
NNA - Prime Minister, Tammam Salam, on Monday presided over a meeting of food safety committee, which took up measures and procedures taken against violaters in this regard.
5 million to remove encroachment and wrong parking at busy roads, including Wahdat Road, The Mall, Canal Road, Ferozpur Road and others in the city CTO Sohail Chaudhry told media here on Sunday that the city traffic police would launch a crackdown against encroachments, illigal parking stands and get registered cases against violaters with the cooperation of the city district government.
One another important aspect appeared on the screen when officials say that cases are registered against the violaters and sent to courts for decision but unfortunately no one could get any sort of punishment.
It is hope that the operation of the satellite tracking device will result in better traffic control, catching speeding vehicles and violaters of traffic rules.
Electoral campaigns based on the use of religious slogans or on racial or gender segregation are banned," a military council decree issued late on Saturday said, adding violaters could face three months in jail and be fined.
48 for the year 2010, the Commission's investigation committee is continuing investigating in absence of some violaters during the recent unrest witnessed by the Kingdom.
A group established to safeguard and regulate adat related meetings, to police the Dayak adat community and discipline violaters of adat rules.
BAGHDAD / Aswat al-Iraq: The Iraqi Ministry of Trade (MOT) on Thursday warned against importing ration card foodstuff items unless accompanied with a certificate of origin, threatening to blacklist all violaters.
Although several score of curfew violaters were ultimately arrested, there were no baton charges, and the crowd, still in surprisingly good humour, dispersed by 2 a.