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use "contravene" in a sentence

Administration of anesthesia and its related tasks by one provider does not necessarily contravene the practice of other health care providers.

Sub-Laws: Presidential decrees and Agency Rules Presidential decrees and Directives The President has power to issue normative and
wounded in contrast to 12 Tamil Tiger fighters killed.

This is because in contrast to the modern differentiation of species, the genital structures were not taken into consideration at that time.

He goes on to explicitly state, "In style Stirner's work offers the greatest possible contrast to the puerile, padded phraseology of Nietzsche's "Zarathustra" and its false imagery.

In contrast, the earliest buildings and the chapel are gothic in style.

Frei José Saldanha (1697-1708), famed for his austerity, never relinquished his Franciscan habit, a contrast to his successor Tomás de Almeida, who in 1716 became the first Patriarch of Lisbon.

He drew a sharp contrast between the "righteous might" of the American people and the aggressive and deceitful nature of the Japanese regime.

This is in contrast to flight of ideas where a person jumps from one topic to another and there is a connection among the topics.

By contrast, the time taken to access a given byte of information stored in random access memory is measured in billionths of a second, or nanoseconds.

Simplification: In contrast to Shakespeare's version the ghosts of Rivers, grey, Vaughan, Hastings -all servants to the Queen- and Richard's brother Clarence do not emerge on stage.

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