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  • n. Plural form of violation.


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  • As defiant as his remarks were, Mr. Rangel also apologized for what he called violations of respect for the House, where he has served for nearly 40 years.

    Rangel Insists He's 'Not Going Away'

  • But now for the first time the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom is adding Iraq to that list citing what it calls violations of the rights of S.nni and S.iite Muslims.

    CNN Transcript May 2, 2007

  • President Fox said his government will not permit what he called violations of the human and labor rights of Mexicans who live in the United States.

    CNN Transcript Jun 18, 2004

  • The United States has protested, the White House did so just this week, through its spokesmen, that one of the obstacles to improving relations is what they call violations of human rights in Cuba.


  • Even before the protest was over, the military council issued an unusually strong statement of regret for what it called "violations" against women - a quick turnaround after days of dismissing the significance of the abuse. Top headlines

  • They derisively call the embrace of gay culture "pinkwashing" - a conscious attempt to play down what they call violations of Palestinian human rights by Israel behind an image of tolerance.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • Even before the protest is over, the military council expresses regret for what it called "violations."

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • Shortly after Sunday's vote, South Ossetia's Supreme Court declared the election invalid, citing what it called violations by Ms. Dzhioeva's campaign, though international observers, including those from Russia, initially had ruled the vote free and fair.

    NYT > Home Page

  • One secular party, the Free Egyptians, had announced that it was boycotting Shura Council elections to protest what it described as violations of Egypt's election laws by Islamist parties during the People's Assembly vote.

  • The United Nations Human Rights Council named a team of three international experts on Friday to probe the Israeli raid to look into what it called violations of international law.



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