breach of faith

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The actions of these Christians equal a deliberate breach of faith, calculated violation of trust and treachery.
interests throughout the region -- starting with a nuclear-armed Pakistan -- and mean an unforgivable breach of faith with the Afghan women and men the United States promised to enfranchise and defend.
He added: "If this proves to be true it would be a staggering and unprecedented breach of faith with the Irish parliament and Irish people on Budget plans.
Two inquiries, in London and New York, tried, without success to determine whether Ismay knew there were women and children still on board when he jumped into a lifeboat, but in the madness and mayhem of the moment, clarity was absent and he was condemned as having committed a breach of faith against mankind.
It was reported that the Maruti management described the actions of the workers as a breach of faith.
Retail investors in Coal India will obviously lose heavily and may even approach the courts for this breach of faith.
And they shall bear their shame, and all their breach of faith which they have committed against Me, when they shall dwell safely in their land, and none shall make them afraid; when I have brought them back from the peoples, and gathered them out of their enemies' lands, and am sanctified in them in the sight of many nations.
The insurance conglomerate is also suing SICO for breach of faith for its handling of a deferred compensation program for a select group of executives under the SICO and AIG umbrella.
Mrs Berry went on: "Your decision not to honour the pay award was a breach of faith.
Federation leader Mrs Berry went on: "Your decision not to honour the pay award was a breach of faith.
of California-Berkeley) proclaims Jayson Blair's plagiarism at the New York Times to be the worst breach of faith in the recent history of journalism.