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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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It is critical that task force engineers work closely with battalion intelligence officers to ensure that information collection assets focus on intelligence, which provides the critical information necessary to plan and execute the second breaching tenet--breaching fundamentals.
Moreover, the promisor will get that premium at little or no cost, since she can, by definition, get that premium (and avoid enhanced liability) simply by not breaching willfully.
This will expand the breaching and penalty system, which is applied to unemployment welfare recipients.
Swift breached his fiduciary duties by, among other things, conspiring with Boyce and others by breaching his confidentiality obligations as a certified public accountant.
Obstacle breaching is the employment of a combination of tactics and techniques to project combat power to the far side of an obstacle.
In the early 1990s, Cal Fed, Glendale and more than 100 other litigants initiated lawsuits against the government, charging it with breaching contracts made with savings and loans.