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More than anything else, the 237-page account of not-so-daring lawbreaking illustrates what can happen when a book deal is signed before one word of the manuscript is written.
The scenes of the undertakers' ball and Cathy's saloon are filmed with a particular recourse to funk that reproduces Black culture in the tradition of lawbreaking.
During the nearly two years of continued lawbreaking on the picket
Reconstructionism has a record of turning out hugely prolific writers, tireless organizers who stay at meetings until the last chair is folded up, and driven activists willing to undergo arrest (Reconstructionist Randall Terry founded Operation Rescue, the lawbreaking antiabortion campaign) to make their point.
What does this lawbreaking rabbi who dares to relieve suffering by healing on the Sabbath (John 5:1-18) have to say?
Hundreds of Houthi rebels, have been killed, wounded and arrested since the army launched an assualt against them in August that was prompted by rebel persistent lawbreaking and violence.
Did the Metropolitan Police cancel the Notting Hill Carnival where there is usually some lawbreaking and a little violence?
The crackdown is part of a plan to extend high-tech surveillance to trap lawbreaking motorists.
Those who would like to legalize people here don't want to remind folks that, in effect, we're not going to enforce the law, that we're going to seemingly reward lawbreaking.
Bayou's tax break request creates no permanent jobs, involves questionable expenditures, and in effect asks for a green light to continue its policy of lawbreaking and non-compliance.
The Drug Misuse Declared report is based on answers given in the government's British Crime Survey into people's experiences of lawbreaking.
Maybe lawbreaking in general should be ignored because, after all, so many people do it.