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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of infringe.

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Examples

  • He says the name infringes on his company's name, Android ...

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  • And there is that small matter regarding the lawsuit brought by the local Women's Auxiliary and Horticulture Society seeking a cease and desist order, as they claim that the Choppers name infringes on the trade name of their organization - the Clippers.

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  • Also the use of the above-mentioned electronic voting machines in the election to the 16th German Bundestag infringes the public nature of the election.

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  • That euphoria evaporated, however when she got a letter from Patricia Barth, a Shokan, New York, resident who claims that Gardiner's book title infringes Barth's trademark on "

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  • CROX) use of the name infringes on Porsche's trademark.

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  • In this process the intelligible that was absolute becomes relative; there are two cycles to the process, one descending, inasmuch as the idea infringes on the concrete (mimesis), and other ascending, it reaches out more and more towards the intelligible absolute

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  • Donald Woods of the Lizzie Borden Bed and Breakfast, which is run out of the home, said a new museum and gift shop in nearby Salem has ignored repeated warnings that its name infringes on his "Lizzie Borden Museum" trademark.

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  • I find it amusing that gun advocates flip out about having to drive out of their way to buy a gun .... that this somehow "infringes" on their 2nd amendment rights ... but they don't seem to have any qualms about employing those same tactics to restrict women's access to healthcare.

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  • In an indirect way, unhealthy habits kind of infringes on others.

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  • And even at the beach if a group of friends are taking a photo together and a stranger gets in the frame is fine but having a gallery full of strangers does not seem right it kind of infringes on their privacy.

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