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  • They tell us that the ordinance is unconstitutional; that it infracts the constitution of South Carolina, although, to me, the objection appears absurd, as it was adopted by the very authority which adopted the constitution itself.

    American Eloquence, Volume 1 Studies In American Political History (1896)

  • When visitors and newspaper reporters go through the prison, 'there isn't any hole'; but the prisoner who thoughtlessly infracts a rule knows that there is one!

    The Subterranean Brotherhood

  • While arguing before the court that Yar'Adua is barred by the constitution from initiating legal actions, Ebenezer prayed the court to strike out the suit as it infracts section 36 of the constitution.

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  • Differing with what he called the "Alzheimerisation" of vascular dementia, Dr. Chen pointed to studies that indicated that cognitive decline following a stroke was driven by micro infracts rather than the Alzheimer's factor.

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  • I think every nation has a right to establish that form of government under which it conceives it may be most happy, provided it infracts no right, or is not dangerous to others; _and that no governments ought to interfere with the internal concerns of another_, except for the security of what is due to themselves. "

    Washington and the American Republic, Vol. 3.

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