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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of breach.


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  • How ironic that the disingenuous free speech supporters have once again breached our site to restrict alternate views on issues of political importance …

    Site Down Again : Law is Cool

  • But as a new storm nears the gulf this week, New Orleans remains at risk: Parts of the system begun in the 1960s are unfinished, parts are weak and the ability to pump water out of the 17th Street Canal, which breached, is inadequate. - Piecemeal federal response won't protect New Orleans

  • The standard for determining whether this duty was breached is whether a parent of ordinary prudence placed in an identical situation and armed with the same information would invariably have provided greater supervision.

    Fourth Department

  • But he did not explain the terms breached by the journalist.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • * Wayne Clarke, 34, who was convicted of child pornography offences in 2006, and after serving a jail term breached his bail conditions and was listed as a wanted man. - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • So basically your auditing caries very little legal binding force with respect to how much an artist gets paid since you have no standing to sue on behalf of an artist, if an artist feels that the labels breached a contract the artist must sue.


  • It also said that the calls breached the Regulations by not providing the name of and an address and phone number for the Labour Party.

    OUT-LAW News

  • Telecommunications regulator Ofcom said it would investigate whether the calls breached the broadcasting code, which sets standards for fairness and privacy.

    Brandon Sun Online - Top Stories

  • While he was about this, an immense sperm-whale, about eighty-five feet long, "breached" -- that is, coming from a great depth, he shot out of the water his whole length and then fell back with a tremendous splash -- about fifty fathoms from the ship.

    South American Fights and Fighters And Other Tales of Adventure

  • I have to say that parcing this statement of Bush’s out this way, and inferring that he was relaxed AFTER the levees were breached is just plain wrong.

    Think Progress » After Levees Failed, Bush Had “A Sense of Relaxation”


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