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FORMER TORT
PROPER ADDRESSING
ALLEGED BREACH
TRADE SECRET
BUBBLES
TAIL FLUKES
EMPLOYMENT CONTRACT
CONTRACT LAWSUIT
WESTERN BREACH
SMALL BREACH
ACT EARLIER
CITY WALLS
SUBSEQUENT BREACH
BREACH SITES
TRADE SECRET MISAPPROPRIATION
MARRIAGE PROMISE
CONTRACT ACTION
FLAGRANT BREACH
TITLE
WARRANTY
FATAL BREACH
TORT
SERIOUS BREACH
FINAL BREACH
CONFIDENTIALITY
SECRECY
ASSERTION
PATRIARCH
GROUNDS
WIZARDS
SATISFACTION
COMPUTER SECURITY
REMEDY
FORFEIT
LAVA
PRIVILEGE
CONSTANTINOPLE
SIEGE
PERMISSION
DEFAULT
RIGHT
FLOODING
CRIMES
INEVITABLE
FAILURE
APPELLEE
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    This Review contains major "Breach"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Definitions

  1. A breach is stated in the notice of default.
  2. Another breach was on a levee by Industrial Canal, which flooded the east side of the city during the storm.
  3. The breach was in part repaired by the later composition of the Double Concerto for violin and cello in 1887, a peace offering.
  4. Breach (comics) Breach is a fictional character, a comic book series from DC Comics.
  5. The first breach was in the eleventh century between Eastern (Orthodox) Christianity centered in Constantinople and Western Christianity centered in Rome.

Former Tort

  1. Breach of promise is a former tort.

Proper Addressing

  1. 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.

Alleged Breach

  1. The petitioner seeks damages based upon an alleged breach of the vacation pay clause in a written collective bargaining agreement.

Trade Secret

  1. Represented plaintiff in patent, trademark, trade secret, trade dress, breach of contract, and tortious interference case.

Bubbles

  1. The immense cloud of bubbles and underwater disturbance caused by a breach cannot be faked.

Tail Flukes

  1. Sei whales do not tend to breach and do not raise their tail flukes before a deep dive.

Employment Contract

  1. In 1980, Lazarevich was sued by Carroll Touch in state court for breach of his employment contract.

Contract Lawsuit

  1. On January 3, 2009, Sadler's attorney announced that he would be seeking a breach of contract lawsuit against GEM for the dismissal.
  2. On March 3, 2004, The SCO Group filed a breach of contract lawsuit against DaimlerChrysler.

Western Breach

  1. The most impressive of these is the Great Barranco below the Western Breach and the two Barrancos on the east side of Mawenzi.

Small Breach

  1. 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.

Act Earlier

  1. 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.

City Walls

  1. A breach in the city walls beside Jaffa Gate was made for the visit of Kaiser Wilhelm II and his entourage in 1898.
  2. The Jacobite commander, Patrick Sarsfield, led daring forays out of the city, and his soldiers doggedly defended a breach in the city walls.
  3. Anticipating a breach in the city walls, the remaining Austrians prepared to fight in Vienna itself.

Subsequent Breach

  1. 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.

Breach Sites

  1. And some hackers have managed to breach sites that took appropriate security precautions.

Trade Secret Misappropriation

  1. Represent plaintiff in a trade secret misappropriation and breach of contract case concerning shoe insert products.
  2. Trade secret misappropriation is usually a product of either a breach of contract (employment or non-disclosure agreement) or unauthorized access (hacking).

Marriage Promise

  1. Such suits include actions for BREACH OF MARRIAGE PROMISE, alienation of affection, criminal conversation, and seduction.

Contract Action

  1. The court sentenced Armstrong to five days in jail and fined him $1,000 concurrent with the judgment in the breach of contract action.
  2. 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).

Flagrant Breach

  1. The open rearmament was in flagrant breach of the Treaty of Versailles.

Title

  1. 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.
  2. 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.

Warranty

  1. Singer Sewing Company shall not be liable for consequential economic damages resulting from breach of this warranty or any implied warranty.

Fatal Breach

  1. These proclamations were known as the Donations of Alexandria and caused a fatal breach in Antony's relations with Rome.

Tort

  1. 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.
  2. Negligence is a tort which depends on the existence of a breach of duty of care owed by one person to another.

Serious Breach

  1. 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".
  2. This was the first time that a member of Parliament had been convicted of a serious breach of law.
  3. Plagiarism is conventionally seen as a serious breach of scholarly ethics, being a theft of credit for ideas in a competitive intellectual marketplace.

Final Breach

  1. The final breach is often considered to have arisen after the capture and sacking of Constantinople by the Fourth Crusade in 1204.
  2. Jamuqa's assumption of this title was the final breach with Temüjin, and Jamuqa formed a coalition of tribes to oppose him.
  3. 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.

Confidentiality

  1. Beyond mere copying, that state law claim required proof of a trade secret and breach of a duty of confidentiality.

Secrecy

  1. The breach of secrecy around Bentley's defection foiled a year-long attempt by the FBI to have her act as a double agent.

Assertion

  1. 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.

Patriarch

  1. But on the death of Ignatios in 877, Photios became patriarch again, and there was a virtual, though not a formal, breach with Rome.

Grounds

  1. 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.
  2. This task was accomplished by P&S. Thus, the breach of contract claim is denied on these grounds.
  3. A material breach may also be invoked as grounds for permanently terminating the treaty itself.

Wizards

  1. 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.

Satisfaction

  1. 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.

Computer Security

  1. The operative philosophy in the event of a breach of computer security is to react according to a plan.
  2. An intentional breach in computer security is known as a computer crime which is slightly different from a cypercrime.

Remedy

  1. Typically, the remedy for breach of contract is an award of money damages.

Forfeit

  1. 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.

Lava

  1. Cinder cones usually erupt lava flows, either through a breach on one side of the crater or from a vent located on a flank.
  2. In April 12, 1943, effusion started through the Batang breach accompanied by lava and pyroclastic flows.
  3. The outer crater has been breached by lava flows in several places, the most dramatic of these being the Western Breach.

Privilege

  1. 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.

Constantinople

  1. Thus an open breach existed between the Churches of Rome and Constantinople.
  2. The first major breach came in the 9th century when the pope refused to recognize the election of Photius as patriarch of Constantinople.
  3. This marked the final breach between Rome and Constantinople.

Siege

  1. Forlorn hope, most frequently used to refer to the first wave of soldiers attacking a breach in defences during a siege.
  2. 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.

Permission

  1. The permission granted herein terminates automatically if you breach these Terms of Use.
  2. This permission terminates automatically if you breach any of these terms or conditions.

Default

  1. 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.

Right

  1. According to Scene Daily, Sterling Marlin and Joe Nemechek, who were let go right before the merger, are suing for breach of contract.
  2. Chiginagak is a glacier-covered stratovolcano with a deep breach on the SW flank (right) that extends to its small summit crater.

Flooding

  1. 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.

Crimes

  1. Criminal law distinguishes crimes from civil wrongs such as tort or breach of contract.

Inevitable

  1. Julia died before a breach between her husband and father had become inevitable.

Failure

  1. Failure to perform as specified in a contract, or provisions of a contract, without legal excuse is a breach of contract.
  2. As regards Scotland a breach of warranty shall be deemed to be a failure to perform a material part of the contract.

Appellee

  1. First, Appellee did not plead breach of an oral contract to purchase as a cause of action.

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