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Example Sentences for "breach"

In the past, eating in public was a shocking breach of manners in Japan, though of course it is very common nowadaysHe was sued for breaching the agreement.

In the past, eating in public was a shocking breach of manners in Japan, though of course it is very common nowadays.

There has been a serious breach in relations between the two countries as a result of the incident.

The rebels appear to have breached the defenses of government soldiers guarding the official residence of the President.

If you miss any payments on your loan, it will be considered a breach of the contract.

After numerous attempts, the tank was able to breach the wall.

Government officials claim there have been numerous security breaches that must be accounted for.

The villagers used a huge tree as a battering ram to breach the castle walls.

I'm afraid to breach the topic of my holidays with the boss because things are so busy at work these days.

Sooner or later we're going to have to breach the fact of our upcoming divorce with the kids.

Rioters breached the police barrier and ran through the streets smashing windows and lighting cars on fire..

Many people consider the government's move to put cameras in public places to be a serious breach of personal privacy.

The French government's refusal to support the U.S. war in Iraq caused somewhat of a breach in relations between the two countries.

The rising water has breached the dam and is threatening the town.

Mahatma Gandhi once stated that an unjust law is itself a species of violence. Arrest for its breach is more so.


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