contravention

[ kon-truh-ven-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF contravention

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A miracle in the sense of a contravention of natural laws an absurdity.

"Can't be, ma'am; in contravention of all law," rejoined the Collector.

Any law made in contravention of this section shall be void.

These unions were all in contravention of the Levitical law.

But what mattered the contravention of treaties in comparison with the scenes which followed?

But was the contravention of the Regulations the real point of our Case after all?

To avoid doing so intentionally, is a contravention of one of the Creator's laws.

The fine for contravention in this respect was paid in wax, not in money.

The lowest degree of offence is denominated “contravention.”

The magistrates held that there was no contravention of the Act, and dismissed the case.

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