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- adj. Conveys the sense of having been abused sexually (see womanize).
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of violate.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. treated irreverently or sacrilegiously
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Litigating when your rights have been violated is a responsibility just like voting.
In my view, Sarah Palin violated this rule in the campaign.
Two students say the admissions policy at the University of Texas at Austin violated the federal civil rights law.
When they are violated, is it enough that those guilty merely be subject to public disapproval?
The state Personnel Board-sanctioned investigation is the second into whether Palin violated state ethics law in firing her public safety commissioner, and it contradicts the earlier findings by a special counsel hired by the state Legislature.
But to decry that Williams 'First Amendment rights are being violated is quite simply not the issue.
The social networking site said it found recently that an app called "Tagme" had again violated this prohibition, but that the developer, BitRhymes Inc., had "promptly complied."
O'Keefe may have again violated and conspired to violate Maryland's Wiretapping and Electronic Surveillance Act with his attempt to "punk CNN."
The Washington rule Lott violated is that it is OK to praise old racists with no explicit exception made for their racism, but not OK to say we would be better off if everyone was still just as racist as that old racist.
It said the terms violated workers 'fundamental rights, such as punitive measures to reduce absenteeism
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