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  • verb Present participle of breach.

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Examples

  • Hands sued Citigroup last year, saying it had tricked him into buying EMI, and sought extra cash from his backers to stop the label breaching debt covenants to avoid losing control of his most high-profile investment.

    BusinessWeek.com -- Top News

  • Hands sued Citigroup last year, saying it had tricked him into buying EMI, and sought extra cash from his backers to stop the label breaching debt covenants to avoid losing control of his most high-profile investment.

    BusinessWeek.com -- Top News

  • Hands sued Citigroup last year, saying it had tricked him into buying EMI, and sought extra cash from his backers to stop the label breaching debt covenants to avoid losing control of his most high-profile investment.

    BusinessWeek.com -- Top News

  • Mr Blanche criticised his standing committee for what he called breaching his confidence by bringing the issue to public attention by tabling it in the House.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • This last is a key point; this is where they metaphorically breach the "laws of reality" in breaching the "natural order" of morality, why they may well literally breach those laws, as creatures of the borderland between Crime and Horror.

    Freeform Critique

  • This last is a key point; this is where they metaphorically breach the "laws of reality" in breaching the "natural order" of morality, why they may well literally breach those laws, as creatures of the borderland between Crime and Horror.

    Archive 2008-01-01

  • They succeeded in breaching Hitler's previously impenetrable Atlantic Wall.

    Juno, Where Citizen Soldiers From Canada Made History

  • Putting the nation in economic peril in this international climate should be classified as breaching national security.

    President pushing for Wall Street reforms

  • There are issues out there that have gone on for some time that Nader has been involved in, environmental issues, the idea of breaching those dams to save the salmon.

    CNN Transcript - Special Event: Presidential Race to Be Decided by Florida Results; GOP Retains Control of House; Control of Senate Remains in Doubt - November 7, 2000

  • I looked back at the rising moor, and decided that I could not blame the Brentor Church; I myself did not relish the idea of breaching those walls and walking out onto the flat expanse of the moorland within, no more than I would have relished a swim in the quarry lake next to Lew House — and for similar reasons.

    The Moor

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