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RULE-BREAKER: A motorist flouts the St Mary Street rule and drives down the street in the bus lane; FED-UP: Deli owner Harriett Davies says until the council makes a decision on what it wants they should let people do what they want
Campaigners are demanding the BBC apologise after Top Gear presenters Jeremy Clarkson and James May appeared to flout the smoking ban on the show.
The results have seen chief constable Bernard Hogan-Howe warn motorists who flout the law that they will be targeted.
But Mourinho had other ideas and was able to flout his ban during the Champions League quarter-final.
Signing statements also flout the president's obligation in Article II of the Constitution to execute the laws faithfully.
Leaving aside the fact that the law already allows the government to move expeditiously and then seek a warrant seventy-two hours after the fact, Bush's excuse could have been used by any President at any time in our history to flout the law in a time of war.
Several questioned how the colleges would enforce such a ban, saying resources would be better allocated elsewhere since students craving a nicotine fix would just flout the ban anyway.
Both blind groups performed comparably well--and markedly better than sighted participants did--at discerning sounds directly in flout of their bodies that came from different distances, ranging from a to 4 m.
On July 28, Americans United swung into action again and filed another complaint with the IRS charging that Falwell was effectively urging other churches to flout federal tax law.
This latest initiative comes as Gardai and the PSNI find themselves fighting a legal loophole when it comes to prosecuting "visiting" motorists who flout the laws.
Forde, who has asked the director of consumer affairs to investigate the promotions, added: "These two corporate bullies must not be allowed to flout the law by selling goods below cost.
Flout means "to scorn or ignore a convention or rule.