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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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He said the UAE will have zero tolerance in implementing the law and will take firm actions against violators. The authority will organise intensive inspection campaigns to track down all violators who will face legal penalties, including fines for the entire duration of overstay, as well as imprisonment and deportation.
She said violators' names can be removed from the list if they pay their tolls immediately or contact TxDOT to arrange a payment plan.
Further, Maarafi warned the residency violators of the consequence of
Violator leased the building's second floor, also about 5,000 s/f in size, and constructed a handsome new office installation in the space.
The Pennsylvania DOC has learned a great deal from the results of its parole violator study.
If other officers are on the scene or arrive shortly afterward, primary officers should communicate with them to set up a perimeter in the area to contain the violator. If supervisors receive prompt notification of foot pursuits from communication personnel or officers at the scene, they should decide as quickly as possible whether to continue or terminate the pursuit.
Based on records, the Quezon City Police District topped the list, with a whopping 232,931 violators, followed by the Manila Police District with 86,762 offenders.
'The traffic police used to earn commissions by ticketing traffic violators and kept a small percentage of the fine.
According to Chief Traffic Officer (CTO) Rawalpindi, Muhammad Bin Ashraf, traffic police under a campaign against parking rules violators lifted 3,735 vehicles and 6,852 motorcycles from different areas of the district and took action in accordance with the law against the violators.
In a memorandum to all PNP units and offices, he reminded all personnel to intensify and monitor the strict implementation of laws and local ordinances through arrest of violators such as those drinking and smoking in public places, roaming the streets without shirts, using karaoke beyond the allowed time, minors violating curfew hours, among others.
RAWALPINDI -- District Consumer Protection Council (DCPC) in crackdowns against profiteers and unhygienic food in different areas of the district lodged 23 FIRs and imposed a fine of Rs 75000 against violators during last one month.

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