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Although technically in breach of the statutory monopoly, CCT Boatphone was backed by a powerful collection of local interests known as the BVI Investment Club.
Taking advantage of this breach, Württemberg ’ s Danish cavalry now swept forward, wheeling to penetrate the flank of the Maison du Roi whose attention was almost entirely fixed on holding back the Dutch.
His own breach with the Roman Catholic Church was decisive and irreparable.
Hayes had met Young Conservative Paul Stone at the 1991 Conservative conference and that same evening, " committed a lewd act which was in breach of the law at the time ".
The most serious breach in the relationship was the War of 1812, which saw an American invasion of then British North America and counter-invasions from British-Canadian forces.
This was viewed as a breach of faith by Atchison and his supporters.
Guyana Airways Corporation was therefore obliged to fill the breach by commencing jet operations to Miami, New York and Toronto.
Gunpowder was invented, documented, and used in China where the Chinese military forces used gunpowder-based weapons technology ( i. e. rockets, guns, cannon ) and explosives ( i. e. grenades and different types of bombs ) against the Mongols when the Mongols attempted to invade and breach the Chinese city fortifications on the northern borders of China.
This was in breach of the Treaty of Versailles ; Britain, France or Italy issued notes of protest.
He wired Carnarvon to come, and on 26 November 1922, with Carnarvon, Carnarvon's daughter, and others in attendance, Carter made the " tiny breach in the top left hand corner " of the doorway, and was able to peer in by the light of a candle and see that many of the gold and ebony treasures were still in place.
This was a flagrant breach of Roman law and tradition, which held that any Vestal found to have engaged in sexual intercourse was to be buried alive.
The event started at 16: 00 ( a time chosen so as not to breach the sabbath ) and was broadcasted live as the first transmission of the new radio station Kol Yisrael.
Technically, the men involved were considered to be in a serious breach of IRA discipline and were liable to be court-martialed, but it was considered more politically expedient to hold them up as examples of a rejuvenated militarism.
However, the term is frequently used to refer to a practice in which an insider or a related party trades based on material non-public information obtained during the performance of the insider's duties at the corporation, or otherwise in breach of a fiduciary or other relationship of trust and confidence or where the non-public information was misappropriated from the company.
He was charged with breach of the salt law, tried summarily behind prison walls and sentenced to six months of imprisonment.
Libya's use — and heavy loss — of Soviet-supplied weaponry in its war with Chad was a notable breach of an apparent Soviet-Libyan understanding not to use the weapons for activities inconsistent with Soviet objectives.
After the breach between Jackson and Calhoun, Van Buren was clearly the most prominent candidate for the vice-presidency.
The rampart was complete in the spring of 73, after probably two to three months of siege, allowing the Romans to finally breach the wall of the fortress with a battering ram on April 16.
The violation of the building code establishes negligence per se and the contractor will be found liable, so long as the contractor's breach of the code was the cause ( proximate cause and actual cause ) of the injury.
The very first Nieuwe Waterweg — a breach through the dunes at Hook of Holland — was only long, but in around 1877 the channel was made much larger and wider and the current Nieuwe Waterweg was created.
The Court found in its verdict that the United States was " in breach of its obligations under customary international law not to use force against another State ", " not to intervene in its affairs ", " not to violate its sovereignty ", " not to interrupt peaceful maritime commerce ", and " in breach of its obligations under Article XIX of the Treaty of Friendship, Commerce and Navigation between the Parties signed at Managua on 21 January 1956.

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The breach between Edward and his brother George was apparently never really healed, for George was executed for treason in the Tower of London on 18 February 1478.
The breach between the Duchess and the King and Queen was never fully healed, but Victoria always viewed both of them with kindness.
However, the party has never fully healed the breach with organized labour that resulted from the Social Contract, nor has it been able to regain the popularity it enjoyed in the late 1980s.
The ensuing breach never healed.
Still, the Church split along doctrinal, theological, linguistic, political, and geographical lines, and the fundamental breach has never been healed, with each side accusing the other of having fallen into heresy and of having initiated the division.
Years had healed the breach between him and the Medicean family ; and on the occasion of the Pazzi conspiracy against the life of Lorenzo de ' Medici, he had sent violent letters of abuse to his papal patron Sixtus, denouncing his participation in a plot so dangerous to the security of Italy.
Three years later, however, the breach was healed ; and after a successful series of tours in Europe and the United States he rejoined the Comédie-Française as pensionnaire in 1890.
In 1913 the breach with Haarlem was healed, but there was no mention of the restoration of the disappeared ministries.
The breach is eventually healed, and a Tournament Players Division of the PGA is formed.

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* 1098 – First Crusade: Massacre of Ma ' arrat al-Numan – Crusaders breach the town's walls and massacre about 20, 000 inhabitants.
Similarly, in Cook v Evatt ( No. 2 ), Fisher J in the New Zealand High Court added exemplary damages of NZ $ 5, 000 to an account of profits of over NZ $ 20, 000 for breach of fiduciary duty.
On 23 September ITV was reported to be in the process of sueing STV for £ 20 million, as ITV plc felt dropping the shows constituted a breach of network agreements ; STV subsequently counter-sued ITV plc for £ 35 million.
On 20 March 1961 the Mixed Armistice Commission decided that " this act by Israel is a breach of the General Armistice Agreement ".
* Mahmud and Malik v Bank of Credit and Commerce International SA AC 20, where employees sued the bank for breach of mutual trust and confidence by carrying on unlawful activities and thereby tarnishing the employees ' reputations.
A base spokesman said a building was slightly damaged during attacks by rockets, small arms, and grenades ; a Taliban spokesman claimed 20 armed men wearing suicide vests attacked the base with four detonating explosives at the entrances, but the military spokesman said they failed " to breach the perimeter " and were " unable to detonate their suicide vests.
Van Duin believed that the dam would breach within the next 10 or 20 years.
A major breach of the canal occurred on 20 November 1911, when subsidence caused part of the aqueduct and the adjacent embankment to fail.
The A9's 2-pounder gun could also breach the 20 – 30 mm of protective steel on later opponents such as the Panzer III ausf D and the Panzer IV ausf D variants.
A single message would only need to be crossposted to 35 newsgroups to breach the threshold of 20.
* Saturday December 20, De Standaard published an interview with the husband of the sick judge, ' The Man Who Brought Down The Government ', in which he states that neither he nor his wife committed any breach of confidence.
He is the author of California's 20 % renewable energy portfolio standard and California's data breach notification law, which requires companies and agencies to notify individuals when their personal information is compromised.
On 1 June 2010, he signed an improved contract with Norwich City after it was confirmed Colchester United were entitled to £ 425, 000 in compensation, in addition to Norwich City being fined £ 75, 000, with a further sum of £ 125, 000 suspended for two years which will only be activated if Norwich breach Regulation 20 again during that timeframe.
On 23 May 2011, it was announced by the Office of Rail Regulation that Merseyrail were fined £ 85, 000 and ordered to pay legal costs of £ 20, 970. 15 due to the breach of the Health and Safety at Work etc.
He proved to be a great skipper and Bulldogs finished the 2002 season with 20 wins, 1 draw and only 3 losses, although they would not play in the finals due to the salary cap breach.
His first brush with the law was in 1935, when he was charged with breach of the peace, for which he was fined $ 20, then in April of the same year, he was caught stealing two purses from the Vogue Beauty Shop.
Three days later, on 20 July, he was rearrested by Fife Police for a breach of the peace in Townhill.
The breach created a massive dam break wave, or wall of water, high and moving at per hour, destroying two small villages-Malpasset and Bozon, the highway construction site, and in 20 minutes reaching Fréjus, still standing high.

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