from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- noun Failure or refusal to comply.
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- noun Neglect of compliance; failure to comply.
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- noun A failure to
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- noun the failure to obey
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The fine for noncompliance is $250 — $750 (which he has to pay regardless).
The only way to avoid this law or its fine for noncompliance is simply to die.
She is polarizing and divisive ... which is totally in noncompliance with Barack Obama's platform. .totally not within the kind of presidency that Barack wants to have ...
That court found that the penalty for noncompliance, which is to be collected by the Internal Revenue Service along with individual tax returns, was similar enough to a tax to fall under the provision.
Analyzing the EPA's public database of enforcement records, I found that almost 60 Indiana state companies have been in "noncompliance" since 2007 — all without suffering regulatory repercussions.
In the FATF ' s executive summary, released in October, Argentina earned " noncompliance " or " partial compliance " in almost all categories.
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On July 20, Denver violated the health-based standard for ozone and probably pushed the region into "noncompliance" with federal clear-air rules.
Now, UN Ambassador John Bolton can make his appearance before the Security Council with allegations of "noncompliance" that will rattle through the corporate media and prepare the world for unilateral military action.
The current showdown has nothing to do with "noncompliance" or imaginary nuclear weapons programs.