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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

incomplete bone fracture without displacement.
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According to the officials at the BCS, campaign against the building code violations would start soon.
Deputy minister of the ministry of media Mahmoud Khalifah said that the Israeli violations against the Palestinian journalists targets their narrative and aims to prevent the truth.
In addition, 48,619 transporters were fined for overloading, followed by 34,047 for interrupting the flow of traffic, 33,086 for route violations, 22,543 for violating traffic signals and 15,048 for parking at bus stops.
Now, immediate access to these violation copies means ameliorating issues faster, less headache and cost dealing with government agencies, and reduced operating risk for every party along the real estate value chain.
The police officer who feed that data of the violation may wrongly register the car number plate, or the kind of car, or colour, or even the time and place of the violation," he added.
For a violation of willful neglect that was not correctly addressed within the required time frame, the civil penalty could be $50,000 to $1.
The questionnaire was designed to determine health inspectors' perceptions regarding the relative weights of critical and non-critical violations and the added weight or value of a repeat violation.
Winn-Dixie (based in Florida) averaged 14 critical violations per 10 inspections.
This is because, despite our usual assumptions, violations are usually rooted in personal matters having nothing to do with the perpetrator's knowledge of the law, relevant ethics codes or level of professional competence.
based team has discovered another kind of CP violation, called direct CP violation, among B mesons of the [B.
The CBA is proposing adding a two-tiered fining structure: up to $5,000 for the initial violation; $10,000 for subsequent violations.