violent contact

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Presently, the coach came; and, after many sorrowful farewells, and a great deal of running backwards and forwards across the pavement on the part of Miss La Creevy, in the course of which the yellow turban came into violent contact with sundry foot-passengers, it
Unfortunately the horns of one of the creatures, either by accident or design, came in violent contact with the flank of the mustang, and excited it to madness.
Josu Zubiaga, vice-chairman of security for the Basque government told Spanish radio station Cadena Ser that the policeman, named as Inocencio Alonso, 51, had not died as a result of violent contact.
This image has a real kinetic sense of those moments when all the waiting coalesces into speed and violent contact.
beaucoup moins que] J'ai contracte une fissure du tibia droit hier soir (dimanche dernier) lors d'une seance d'entrainement a la salle de Baraki, apres un violent contact avec un coequipier [beaucoup plus grand que], a indique Bousmal.
While defending himself from a brutal colleague, the latter is killed by another violent contact.
To add to the drama Eastleigh mid-fielder Ben Strevens was red carded for violent contact after a clash with Ryan Bowman in the tunnel as the two teams headed for the changing rooms.
The leading Canadian authority on the extent to which violent contact can be consented to and considered part of the game is the hockey case of Agar v.
I wondered if the footballing likes of Drogba, Carroll and Young who go down as if shot when entering an opponents shadow or Perch and Jelavic who cowardly simulate violent contact to their cranium or any of the other numerous shirt tugging, diving cheats were watching and if so, did they feel any contrition at all for their posturing duplicity.
And there are also concerns that this level of violent contact can be harmful to young bodies.
Although the majority of the insulting-or-provoking contact cases involved more violent contact than the incident in question, the appellate court concluded that the statute's plain language defined the offense in terms of contact that insulted or provoked the victim, not contact that injured the victim.
They are portable and do not require physical projectiles, violent contact or inhalation.

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