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illegal

Not valid. Not authorized. See illegal operation.
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The petitioner however in their final submissions urged the court to nullify re-election of governor Joho saying he was not validly elected since the exercise was marred with illegalities and irregularities.
As Paphos mayor, Phedonas Phedonos said when reporting the illegalities, in Paphos there were many non-refugees using commercial properties belonging to Turkish Cypriots -- all with contracts, signed in 1973.
Altogether, 15 people were involved in the illegalities, including several employees of the Latvian National Center for Education.
There are rampant illegalities running in the college and it has now become imperative for urgent intervention by the HRD Ministry as well as a comprehensive audit by the office of CAG.
Even CEOs of the telecom firms may not be free from responsibility if such illegalities happen again in the future," said KCC Chief Choi Sung-joon during a general meeting at the government complex in Gwancheon, Gyeonggi Province, Thursday.
It is extremely unfortunate that an individual or an officer who is being sincere in doing their job to act against those who are engaging in illegalities is suspended instead of being supported by the state.
Summary: Family and friends of a telecom engineer accused of collaborating with Israel rallied in Beirut this weekend to criticize illegalities in the judiciary's handling of the case.
ISLAMABAD, July 3 -- Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gillani on Friday approved the composition of a high-powered inquiry committee to probe into the allegations of illegalities and fixation of responsibility in award of contract for import of LNG.
ISLAMABAD, June 20 -- Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gilani on Saturday directed the Establishment Division to propose a high-powered inquiry committee to probe allegations of illegalities committed in awarding a contract for the import of Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG), according to a press release.
An el Periodico editorial said the campaign seeks to "discredit, disparage, slander and defame those journalists and media who criticize or point out abuses, arbitrariness, anomalies and illegalities.
Illegalities in scientific inquiry are analyzed for their far-reaching effects on science conduct, making this a key acquisition for any library strong in science and social issues alike.
The Editor responds: Because of our bedrock principle of free speech, The Progressive has long had a policy of allowing advertisers to say whatever they want short of libel or other potential illegalities.