against the rules

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I told them that it was against the rules, but they said that did not matter; and as they are older than I am, I allowed myself to be persuaded, and did.
The boys on the island vary, of course, in numbers, according as they get killed and so on; and when they seem to be growing up, which is against the rules, Peter thins them out; but at this time there were six of them, counting the twins as two.
It's against the rules to be idle here," replied Meg gravely but graciously.
He wants me to dance with him again, though I tell him that it is a most improper thing, and entirely against the rules.
Well, sir," replied George, after a little cogitation, "I am equally obliged to you, but tobacco being against the rules, I can't say that there is.
They wink at it down here, so long as it's done discreetly, but it's positively against the rules, you know.
I have nothing to say against the rule," said Umslopogaas.
The appointment of Tariq Bajwa has been made against the rules.
He repeated it a matter of public interests and the honorable members of the house have best explained and exposed the passive role of Public Health and irregularities in the departments of education and health in connection with deliveries services to masses and posting, appointment against the rules and not facilitating hospitals with medicines respectively.
An anti-abortion group that staked 100,000 small flags on Parliament Hill in October -- technically against the rules -- was given special permission for the event anyway.
It runs against the rules set down both for the holding of Government data and set down by the contractor, and certainly set down in the contract we had with the external contractor," she said.
Carroll said he considered setting up a conference call with Bush and McKnight during a home visit in Louisiana last week but was told by his staff such a conversation was against the rules.