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Breach

A violation. For trade and legal contexts, see breach of concession agreement and breach of contract.
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To gather the intelligence necessary for success in combined arms breaching, it is necessary to determine the available reconnaissance capabilities, such as an unmanned aerial vehicle, scout platoon, scout weapons team, or engineer reconnaissance team.
According to conventional wisdom, courts do and should award the victims of breach of contract their expectation--the amount necessary to put them in the position they would have been in had their promisors kept their promises--with the breaching promisor free to keep anything left over.
WORCESTER - In his day job, David Shettler labors to keep hackers from breaching the computer system at the College of the Holy Cross.
One was caught breaching his asbo 15 times and a further two louts disregarding them five times or more.
"And equally, therefore, those who came in to take parishes under their wing were also breaching communion by not paying attention to the traditions of the church around not intervening and not consulting."
Third party agencies have 19 criteria for breaching clients, yet these agencies manage to recommend 52 per cent of all breaches; whereas Centrelink have 49 criteria for breaching recipients, but only constitute 48 per cent of all recommended breaches.