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Bruch {m}Maskulinum (der) (Gesetzesverstoß; ethischer, moralischer Verstoß) violation
Nichteinhaltung {f}Femininum (die) violation
Übertretung {f}Femininum (die) violation
Vergewaltigung {f}Femininum (die) [allg., auch fig.] violation
Verletzung {f}Femininum (die) [bes. jur.] (Verstoß, Zuwiderhandlung) violation
Verstoß {m}Maskulinum (der) (gegen) violation (of)
Widerhandlung {f}Femininum (die) violation
Menschenrechtsverletzung {f}Femininum (die) [jur., pol.] violation of human rights
Störung {f}Femininum (die) der Totenruhe (stärker) violation of graves
Störung {f}Femininum (die) der Totenruhe (stärker) violation of a grave
Verfassungsverstoß {m}Maskulinum (der) [pol.] violation of the constitution
Vertragsbruch {m}Maskulinum (der) [pol.] (bez. internationalen, völkerrechtlichen Verträgen) violation of a treaty
Friedensbruch {m}Maskulinum (der) violation of the peace
Devisenvergehen {n}Neutrum (das) [fin., jur.] violation of currency
Bruch {m}Maskulinum (der) eines Vertrags [pol.] violation of a treaty
Vertragsbruch {m}Maskulinum (der) [pol.] violation of a treaty
Verletzung {f}Femininum (die) der Geheimhaltung violation of secrecy


Every lingering struggle in his favour grew fainter and fainter; and in farther justification of Mr. Darcy, she could not but allow that Mr. Bingley, when questioned by Jane, had long ago asserted his blamelessness in the affair; that proud and repulsive as were his manners, she had never, in the whole course of their acquaintance—an acquaintance which had latterly brought them much together, and given her a sort of intimacy with his ways—seen anything that betrayed him to be unprincipled or unjust—anything that spoke him of irreligious or immoral habits; that among his own connections he was esteemed and valued—that even Wickham had allowed him merit as a brother, and that she had often heard him speak so affectionately of his sister as to prove him capable of some amiable feeling; that had his actions been what Mr. Wickham represented them, so gross a violation of everything right could hardly have been concealed from the world; and that friendship between a person capable of it, and such an amiable man as Mr. Bingley, was incomprehensible.
It is really too great a violation of decency, honour, and interest, for him to be guilty of.
Covenant What Again, one of the Contractors, may deliver the Thing contracted for on his part, and leave the other to perform his part at some determinate time after, and in the mean time be trusted; and then the Contract on his part, is called PACT, or COVENANT: Or both parts may contract now, to performe hereafter: in which cases, he that is to performe in time to come, being trusted, his performance is called Keeping Of Promise, or Faith; and the fayling of performance (if it be voluntary) Violation Of Faith.
From such reasoning as this, Succesfull wickednesse hath obtained the Name of Vertue; and some that in all other things have disallowed the violation of Faith; yet have allowed it, when it is for the getting of a Kingdome.
The Greeks call the violation of this law pleonexia; that is, a desire of more than their share.
But because the Law of Nature is eternall, Violation of Covenants, Ingratitude, Arrogance, and all Facts contrary to any Morall vertue, can never cease to be Sinne.
Ignorance Of The Penalty Excuseth Not Ignorance of the Penalty, where the Law is declared, Excuseth no man: For in breaking the Law, which without a fear of penalty to follow, were not a Law, but vain words, he undergoeth the penalty, though he know not what it is; because, whosoever voluntarily doth any action, accepteth all the known consequences of it; but Punishment is a known consequence of the violation of the Lawes, in every Common-wealth; which punishment, if it be determined already by the Law, he is subject to that; if not, then is he subject to Arbitrary punishment.
For in those things men hate, they find a continuall, and unavoydable molestation; whereby either a mans patience must be everlasting, or he must be eased by removing the power of that which molesteth him; The former is difficult; the later is many times impossible, without some violation of the Law.
Excuses Against The Author Again, Facts done against the Law, by the authority of another, are by that authority Excused against the Author; because no man ought to accuse his own fact in another, that is but his instrument: but it is not Excused against a third person thereby injured; because in the violation of the law, bothe the Author, and Actor are Criminalls.
And the violation of chastity by Force, greater, than by flattery.

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