- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of violate.
“The complaint alleges that a new law requiring the school to keep the nickname violates the state constitution and reverses a court-ordered settlement between UND and the NCAA that retired the logo.”
“But his use of the term violates the phonemic principle.”
“The purely religious nature of this term violates the separation of church and state.”
“Anakin violates "the Jedi way" by cutting off Dooku's head without any outside consequence or repercussions.”
“She says that changing the offensive term violates what Twain was trying to do, and opens the way for censorship of other controversial works.”
“It sounds relatively fine to me, because each grammatical norm it violates is a sort of justifiable.”
“You said “Redness in the error term violates these assumptions and screws up the inferences you can draw and may bias the estimate.””
“Redness in the error term violates these assumptions and screws up the inferences you can draw and may bias the estimate.”
“No balancing "how much" the name violates the policy.”
“Circuit Court of Appeals panel rejected arguments by Newdow that the phrase violates the separation between church and state.”
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