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use "infringe" in a sentence

permitted acts Chapter III of part I of the Act provides for a number of situations where copying or use of a work will not be deemed to infringe the copyright, in effect limitations on the rights of copyright holders.

A tracking cookie may potentially infringe
opponents are able to take clean possession of the ball and advance it following the infraction, then they have done what they would have been able to do from a scrum - advantage is thus over.

A judge would issue a yellow card for the first infraction committed by a competitor, and if the same judge detects a second infraction from the same infraction a red card is issued.

The crease rules are relatively the same, except that the punishments for different infractions include a change of possession, resetting of the time-clock, or a possible two minute penalty depending on the infraction.

Although the infraction was not a serious one, it could have annulled Stroud's visitation privilege to meet his younger brother, whom he had not seen in eight years.

For instance, the unauthorized leaving of the main city complex on Earth was a Category-4 infraction.

Vick had hidden the information from the team and the infraction was not discovered until January.

UCLA was called for an intentional grounding infraction which pushed the ball back to its own one-yard line.

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