In the process, we sacrifice perspicuity (violating Manner).
The city of Burbank filed a complaint accusing the restaurant of violating municipal codes and of being a public nuisance.
Roof was also found guilty of three counts of violating the Hate Crime Act involving an attempt to kill, one for each of the three survivors.
The other is business rights even if that meant violating social inclusion, a model made famous by military juntas and today by Jair Bolsonaro in Brazil.
Speakers frequently withhold information that would be offensive or disappointing to the hearer, violating Quantity.
But we cannot interpret him as meaning the opposite because then he would be violating Manner (Wilson & Sperber 2012: 18–9).
Amazon told employees at its warehouses earlier in April that they could be fired for violating social distancing rules at work.
Nine of the 10 GOP lawmakers cited for violating the rules haven't said whether they've been vaccinated, according to a recent CNN survey.
Officials are advising people to call authorities — using a nonemergency number — if they witness others violating the stay-at-home directives.
What must be added is an explanation of how playfully violating mental patterns and expectations could foster rationality rather than undermine it.
The British government’s relaxed attitude about violating international law has prompted the condemnation of nearly all living former prime ministers.
Police are supposed to serve and protect Americans without violating their civil rights—and to face consequences for violating those rights.
They also allege that the parties are "preparing to engage in conduct which will constitute unlawful voter intimidation in violating of the Voting Rights Act and other federal laws."
“Just last week, we removed a large Group with QAnon affiliations for violating our content policies, and removed a network of accounts for violating our policies against coordinated inauthentic behavior.
One party to the conversation may be caught between saying something less informative than is desired (violating Quantity) and saying something for which there is insufficient evidence (violating Quality).
Trump is also accused of undermining the integrity of US elections, violating the civil rights of the US citizens he is calling out for foreign attack, and violating campaign finance laws by soliciting foreign help.
In total, approximately 4.7% of all content created on Reddit in 2019 was removed by either admins (for violating content policy and manipulation rules) or volunteer subreddit moderators (for violating individual subreddit rules).
"If we find we have customers, regardless of who they are, who are misusing the technology and violating people's civil liberties and violating the law, and we have documented proof of that, we will suspend their ability to use our platform," Jassy said.
The Justice Department on Thursday accused Yale University of violating federal civil rights law by discriminating against Asian-American and white applicants, an escalation of the Trump administration’s moves against race-based admissions policies at elite universities.
The FBI said that based on Lyons' description of the events, it believed there was probable cause to charge him with violating a federal statute that prohibits people from knowingly entering or remaining in any restricted building or grounds without lawful authority to do so and with violating a federal law barring violent entry and disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds.
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The FBI said that based on Lyons' description of the events it believed there was probable cause to charge him with violating a federal statute that prohibits people from knowingly entering or remaining in any restricted building or grounds without lawful authority to do so and with violating a federal law barring violent entry and disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds