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- A breach is stated in the notice of default.
- Another breach was on a levee by Industrial Canal, which flooded the east side of the city during the storm.
- The breach was in part repaired by the later composition of the Double Concerto for violin and cello in 1887, a peace offering.
- Breach (comics) Breach is a fictional character, a comic book series from DC Comics.
- The first breach was in the eleventh century between Eastern (Orthodox) Christianity centered in Constantinople and Western Christianity centered in Rome.
- Breach of promise is a former tort.
- For the record this Guitar Hero sh*t is breach of contract on a Bullys part and there will be a proper addressing of this and retraction.
- The petitioner seeks damages based upon an alleged breach of the vacation pay clause in a written collective bargaining agreement.
- Represented plaintiff in patent, trademark, trade secret, trade dress, breach of contract, and tortious interference case.
- The immense cloud of bubbles and underwater disturbance caused by a breach cannot be faked.
- Sei whales do not tend to breach and do not raise their tail flukes before a deep dive.
- In 1980, Lazarevich was sued by Carroll Touch in state court for breach of his employment contract.
- On January 3, 2009, Sadler's attorney announced that he would be seeking a breach of contract lawsuit against GEM for the dismissal.
- On March 3, 2004, The SCO Group filed a breach of contract lawsuit against DaimlerChrysler.
- The most impressive of these is the Great Barranco below the Western Breach and the two Barrancos on the east side of Mawenzi.
- In February 18, a series of explosion created a small breach in the west part of the West dome which allowed lava to flow through.
- Any such breach by you shall not be deemed to be excused simply because we did not act earlier in response to that, or any other breach by you.
- A breach in the city walls beside Jaffa Gate was made for the visit of Kaiser Wilhelm II and his entourage in 1898.
- The Jacobite commander, Patrick Sarsfield, led daring forays out of the city, and his soldiers doggedly defended a breach in the city walls.
- Anticipating a breach in the city walls, the remaining Austrians prepared to fight in Vienna itself.
- In a subsequent breach of contract case, Ostler argued that the deadline extension was not valid because it was not written and approved by the board.
- And some hackers have managed to breach sites that took appropriate security precautions.
- Represent plaintiff in a trade secret misappropriation and breach of contract case concerning shoe insert products.
- Trade secret misappropriation is usually a product of either a breach of contract (employment or non-disclosure agreement) or unauthorized access (hacking).
- Such suits include actions for BREACH OF MARRIAGE PROMISE, alienation of affection, criminal conversation, and seduction.
- The court sentenced Armstrong to five days in jail and fined him $1,000 concurrent with the judgment in the breach of contract action.
- App.-Dallas 2006, no pet.) (appellants did not challenge trial court's findings of fact and conclusions of law with respect to breach of contract action).
- The open rearmament was in flagrant breach of the Treaty of Versailles.
- After the breach with Rome, Pope Paul III rescinded the grant of the title "Defender of the Faith", but an Act of Parliament declared that it remained valid.
- He warned that the BBC would have to compensate the paper if John Simpson was forced to breach a "pretty long-term" contract with the title.
- Singer Sewing Company shall not be liable for consequential economic damages resulting from breach of this warranty or any implied warranty.
- These proclamations were known as the Donations of Alexandria and caused a fatal breach in Antony's relations with Rome.
- A tort is a civil wrong (not a criminal act) that occurs as a result of a breach of legal duty owed to someone, e.g., negligence.
- Negligence is a tort which depends on the existence of a breach of duty of care owed by one person to another.
- He was fired and replaced by Will Power prior to the season finale in Mexico City after what was described as a "serious breach of contract".
- This was the first time that a member of Parliament had been convicted of a serious breach of law.
- Plagiarism is conventionally seen as a serious breach of scholarly ethics, being a theft of credit for ideas in a competitive intellectual marketplace.
- The final breach is often considered to have arisen after the capture and sacking of Constantinople by the Fourth Crusade in 1204.
- Jamuqa's assumption of this title was the final breach with Temüjin, and Jamuqa formed a coalition of tribes to oppose him.
- He retired from the chancellorship on the grounds of ill-health in the close of 1551, at the time of the final breach between Northumberland and Somerset.
- Beyond mere copying, that state law claim required proof of a trade secret and breach of a duty of confidentiality.
- The breach of secrecy around Bentley's defection foiled a year-long attempt by the FBI to have her act as a double agent.
- Whales are more likely to breach when they are in groups, suggesting social reasons, such as an assertion of dominance, courting or warning of danger.
- But on the death of Ignatios in 877, Photios became patriarch again, and there was a virtual, though not a formal, breach with Rome.
- A specific performance is obtainable for the breach of a contract to sell land or real estate on such grounds that the property has a unique value.
- This task was accomplished by P&S. Thus, the breach of contract claim is denied on these grounds.
- A material breach may also be invoked as grounds for permanently terminating the treaty itself.
- If, at the end of the cure period, the breach is not cured, Wizards of the Coast may terminate this License without further written notice to You.
- You will have 30 days from the date the notice (the "cure period") to cure the breach to the satisfaction of Wizards of the Coast.
- The operative philosophy in the event of a breach of computer security is to react according to a plan.
- An intentional breach in computer security is known as a computer crime which is slightly different from a cypercrime.
- Typically, the remedy for breach of contract is an award of money damages.
- The Mys-Tech board members must provide a steady stream of souls to the demon otherwise they will breach their contract and their own souls will be forfeit.
- Cinder cones usually erupt lava flows, either through a breach on one side of the crater or from a vent located on a flank.
- In April 12, 1943, effusion started through the Batang breach accompanied by lava and pyroclastic flows.
- The outer crater has been breached by lava flows in several places, the most dramatic of these being the Western Breach.
- This action was deemed a breach of the privilege of the House, and has given rise to the tradition that the monarch may not set foot in the House of Commons.
- Thus an open breach existed between the Churches of Rome and Constantinople.
- The first major breach came in the 9th century when the pope refused to recognize the election of Photius as patriarch of Constantinople.
- This marked the final breach between Rome and Constantinople.
- Forlorn hope, most frequently used to refer to the first wave of soldiers attacking a breach in defences during a siege.
- For example, during the Siege of Ascalon in 1153, Grand Master Bernard de Tremelay led a group of 40 Templars through a breach in the city walls.
- This permission terminates automatically if you breach any of these terms or conditions.
- No waiver by either party of any breach or default hereunder shall be deemed to be a waiver of any preceding or subsequent breach or default.
- According to Scene Daily, Sterling Marlin and Joe Nemechek, who were let go right before the merger, are suing for breach of contract.
- Chiginagak is a glacier-covered stratovolcano with a deep breach on the SW flank (right) that extends to its small summit crater.
- They serve to maintain stability, to prevent water from flooding the entire ship in the event of a breach of the hull, and to contain fire.
- Criminal law distinguishes crimes from civil wrongs such as tort or breach of contract.
- Julia died before a breach between her husband and father had become inevitable.
- Failure to perform as specified in a contract, or provisions of a contract, without legal excuse is a breach of contract.
- As regards Scotland a breach of warranty shall be deemed to be a failure to perform a material part of the contract.
- First, Appellee did not plead breach of an oral contract to purchase as a cause of action.
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