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illegally

adverb contrary to law, criminally, illegitimately, illicitly, impermissibly, improperly, in violation of law, tortiously, unlawfully, without legal auuhority, without legal sanction, wrongfully
Associated concepts: acting illegally, illegally assessed, illeeally obtained, illegally procured, illegally sold
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During another operation Enforcement Directorate also disconnected another illegally constructed link road connecting Sector G12 with Kashmir Highway.
But from today, there will be no more warnings and all illegally parked vehicles will be issued with a pounds 30 fixed penalty ticket.
One of the suspects, Raul Mercado of Mexico, will be prosecuted for illegally entering the country after a prior deportation, a felony punishable by up to 20 years in prison, said Scott.
Superintendent Kevin Tumelty, of Cardiff Central Police Station, said: ``We are well aware of the problems caused by vehicles parked illegally in the city.
Castaneda, a New York University professor and well-known political writer who has become a dominant influence in President Vicente Fox's government, has called for a total amnesty for Mexicans residing illegally in the United States.
DCIA estimates that in the time-span it took iTunes to sell 350 Million tracks, 70 Billion dollar's worth of music and film have been illegally downloaded via the peer-to-peer (P2P) networks and the WEB.
They complained that boys and girls schools are functioning near illegally constructed police post and students of boys school used to play foot balls, cricket and other games in the ground adjacent to the police check post.
KARACHI, October 23, 2009 (Balochistan Times): Demolition squads taking action against illegal constructions on the directives of Chief Controller Karachi Building Control Authority Manzoor Kadir have demolished several illegally constructed buildings in Karachi.
Grokster as they probed whether the file-sharing networks that enable people to illegally download music and movies over the Internet should be held responsible for copyright infringement.
Lawsuit Claims Defendants Set Up Numerous False Accounts for Other Consumers and Illegally Activated Receivers