Breach Definition

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1. "There must be guarantees to ensure Israel will not breach this package, including halting the aggression, lifting the blockade and opening the crossings, " said Ghazi Hamad, a senior Hamas adviser. 1
2. A breach in the mountain wall permits warm sea air to penetrate inland. 1
3. A breach of any of the above representations and warranties in the Clauses 10 herein shall be considered a material breach of this Agreement. 2
4. a breach of protocol. 1
5. A breach of trust can be active or passive. 1
6. A clause which does not expressly mention conditions will not normally exclude liability for breach of condition. 1
7. A fifth of the complaints against companies for advertising in an irresponsible fashion in breach of the code were upheld. 1
8. A forced move of the Chargers' 1997 season could be considered a breach of contract with the city of San Diego. 1
9. A fundamental breach is one which the courts would consider more serious than an ordinary breach. 2
10. A great white shark breaching in False Bay, South Africa, similar to the shark that jumped into a boat in the same area. 1
11. A lawyer pointed out that such penalties are in breach of regulations that public places such as hotels, restaurants, and shopping malls shall open their toilets to the public during business hours. 1
12. A Mainland visitor was sent to jail for using a forged identity card to secure a job as a foot masseur and breach of condition of stay. 1
13. A manufacturer also is permitted to stop dealing with a retailer who breaches the manufacturer's resale price maintenance policy. 1
14. A more serious breach of ethics came with the publication of a picture of Mitterrand on his deathbed. 1
15. A NORTH-EAST double glazing firm has been fined nearly £3,000 for breaches of work safety procedures. 1
16. A number of reports detailing wide-ranging system security breaches have been at the forefront of the news in the past couple of years. 1
17. A passing off action will lie to restrain the use of any firm name which breaches this rule. 1
18. A serious breach occurred as the result of the Hunger March of 18 October and 1 November 1932. 1
19. A should be disqualified for a breach of Rule 1-3. 1
20. A teacher who does not abide by its terms also breaches a contract. 1
21. A trivial misunderstanding caused a breach between them. 1
22. A wholesome tongue is a tree of life: but perverseness therein is a breach in the spirit. 1
23. a. If it does not provide the consigned goods in accordance with the time and requirements stipulated in the contract, it shall pay to the shipper breach of contract damages. 1
24. a. If it does not provide the leased property at the time stipulated in the contract, it shall pay breach of contract damages. 1
25. Academics said agreeing to the request would be a major breach of confidence.sentence dictionary 1
26. According to the basic concept of compensation damages, both tort liability and the liability of breach of contract are compensatory damages. 1
27. According to the ITAR-TASS news agency the referendum call was voted down because of alleged breaches in the law during the collection of signatures. 1
28. Accordingly, the conclusion has to be that a knowing breach of the order by the appellants has not been proved. 1
29. Additional, breach of effective interest rate and GDP deflection rate show apparent negative correlativity. 1
30. After a travesty of a trial, Conde was given a five-year jail sentence for an alleged breach of national security. 1
 

Breach

[brēCH]

NOUN

breaches (plural noun)

  - an act of breaking or failing to observe a law, agreement, or code of conduct.

  - a gap in a wall, barrier, or defense, especially one made by an attacking army.

VERB

breaches (third person present) · breached (past tense) · breached (past participle) · breaching (present participle)

  - make a gap in and break through (a wall, barrier, or defense).

  - (of a whale) rise and break through the surface of the water.

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