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willfully

adv. referring to doing something intentionally, purposefully and stubbornly. Examples: "He drove the car willfully into the crowd on the sidewalk." "She willfully left the dangerous substances on the property." (See: willful)

See: purposely
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The district court found that (1) Williams "lacked any motivation to willfully conceal the accounts from authorities" because they were already aware of the accounts and (2) his failure to disclose the accounts "was not an act undertaken intentionally or in deliberate disregard for the law, but instead constituted an understandable omission given the context in which it occurred.
willfully failed to stop at the scene of the crash or as close to the crash as possible and remain there until [he] [she] had given "identifying information" to the [injured person] [driver] [occupant][person attending the vehicle or other damaged property] and to any police officer investigating the crash.
See, for example, how the Trade Winds are compared to the fixed threads of the loom as a larger force representing fate, and watch how the ship and the whale willfully weave back and forth across them.
at that time scorned as either a commercial or an amateur medium - but his subject matter was willfully mundane(
The appeals court held that Sprizzo's ruling was in error because Lynch and Moscinski willfully broke the law.
In its complaint, CLONTECH alleges that Life Technologies knowingly and willfully marketed its SuperScript and SuperScript II products with a false patent marking and misrepresented to its customers that its goods and services have characteristics which they do not possess.
Effective January 1, 1997, it provided that "whoever knowingly and willfully disposes of assets (including the transfer in trust) in order for an individual to become eligible for medical assistance under a State plan under title XIX, if disposing of the assets results in the imposition of a period of ineligibility for such assistance.
Section 1128B(b) of the Social Security Act, commonly referred to as "the antikickback statute," provides criminal penalties(1) for individuals and entities that knowingly and willfully solicit or receive remuneration "in return for referring an individual to a person for the furnishing or arranging for the furnishing of any item or service" or "in return for purchasing, leasing, ordering, or arranging for or recommending purchasing, leasing, or ordering any good, facility, service, or item for which payment may be made in whole or in part under [the Medicare program] or a State health care program.
Although some of the partnering often looked rough-hewn and willfully complicated, this gathering of Venezuelan dancers moved condidently and gathered a palpable momentum.
The federal court also found that Danisco willfully infringed Novozymes' patent and that the case was exceptional.
The individual serving as the delegate of the secretary of the Treasury and authorized to decide administrative appeals in Circular 230 cases (the appellate authority) has questioned whether the current approach to determining whether a practitioner has willfully violated Circular 230 is appropriate and has asked parties in subsequent proceedings to address the issue.
The determination that Microsoft willfully infringed i4i's patent stands.