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  1. Infringing

    of Infringe

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  1. Infringing

    encroaching upon.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of infringing in Chaldean Numerology is: 7

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of infringing in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8

Examples of infringing in a Sentence

  1. Brendan Koerner:

    I'm not sure how much more we can ramp up security without seriously infringing on the freedoms that are so integral to our lives, an armed guard at every door throughout the world? That seems unworkable and, to be frank, precisely the sort of overreaction that the Islamic State wants to invite.

  2. Larry Millete:

    I have done absolutely nothing that would void my rights, absolutely infringing on the 2nd Amendment.

  3. Andrew Celli:

    Their silence is telling ; they really have no substantive defense to the infringement claim, a jury will plainly see that the infringing Old Dubai Frame is an illegal copy of Fernando's award-winning design. Such blatant misappropriation by the Dubai Municipality and ThyssenKrupp is not just a clear violation of copyright law -- Dubai Municipality is Dubai Municipality to artists and architects worldwide.

  4. Brenda McPhail:

    There's a great deal of hype and a lot of push for the idea, we are rapidly considering a wide range of measures that are rights infringing during this pandemic.

  5. Chris Boos:

    A centralized model offers such much better pandemic management potential without infringing privacy, but it should be a country's choice. You can gather the same data on top of a decentralized model - it just means more people have to move data on infected people.

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    being essentially equal to something
    • A. foreordained
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