open breach

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Whereas, by a statute made in the reign of his imperial majesty Calin Deffar Plune, it is enacted, that, whoever shall make water within the precincts of the royal palace, shall be liable to the pains and penalties of high-treason; notwithstanding, the said Quinbus Flestrin, in open breach of the said law, under colour of extinguishing the fire kindled in the apartment of his majesty's most dear imperial consort, did maliciously, traitorously, and devilishly, by discharge of his urine, put out the said fire kindled in the said apartment, lying and being within the precincts of the said royal palace, against the statute in that case provided, etc.
This state of affairs has also confirmed how helpless the regime and the opposition parties were in the face of this open breach of the rules of the game.
Jan Philipp-Albrecht, of the European Parliament's civil liberties committee, said: "It is an open breach of fundamental rights to retain all passenger data.
An open breach of nuclear plant security happened in January this year, when activists from environmental campaign group "Greenpeace" stormed the Fessenheim plant on the German border.
But she also suggested, and Putin agreed, to set up a contact group on Ukraine, reflecting Berlin's desire to keep contacts open with Moscow rather than risk an open breach.
Since an open breach doesn't suit either side, they avoid a final rupture.
Arinc said the bill was an open breach of the freedom of expression and human rights, an opinion which he said was also shared by many French intellectuals and politicians.
There was hardly an officer who went ahead and registered protest against the open breach of law.
Multiple direct hits with SQ fusing could also be used to open breach holes in buildings and walls.