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  • n. Plural form of infraction.


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  • Minimum fine for exercise yard infractions is $50.00.

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  • The threat of collective punishment for individual infractions is one of the most powerful motivators in military training.

    The Army We Have

  • You should thank your lucky stars that the MSM has not focussed on the so-called Bush Victories on Vote Fraud. a few confused individuals prosecuted for technical infractions is what I suspect.


  • Brand-new rules have even been applied to accidental "infractions" - as in an accidental high stick or a defenceman accidentally clearing the puck over the glass.

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  • Farabaugh: One of the great things that separate golf from other sports is that competitors call infractions on themselves.

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  • Mancini doesn't think referees will be particularly quick to call infractions on De Top News Headlines

  • If the infractions are a violation of the statutes, you can file a written complaint with the state at the Department of Business and Professional Regulations. Stories

  • While hooking remains illegal and one of the most called infractions, pestering a player with your stick is still a common tool.

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  • The infractions were his fifth and sixth for unnecessary roughness this season.

    The Seattle Times

  • After the "do now" which is supposed to take five to ten minutes, the teacher was supposed to "carefully review" five pages from the Department of Education's list of "infractions" "one at a time, then explain the range of possible 'Disciplinary responses.'"

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