Thesaurus / encroachment


Some of those workers are insulated by a contract that protects them in some ways from encroachment from gig and contract workers.ALBERTSONS IS LAYING OFF EMPLOYEES AND REPLACING THEM WITH GIG WORKERS, AS APP PLATFORMS RISEELI ROSENBERGJANUARY 6, 2021WASHINGTON POST
In 2019, the highest court in Bangladesh recognized the rights of all rivers and instituted a plan to address illegal river encroachment.HUMANS HAVE RIGHTS AND SO SHOULD NATURE - ISSUE 94: EVOLVINGGRANT WILSONJANUARY 6, 2021NAUTILUS
If someone identifies what they really want, achieving it will almost always require some form of restriction, of encroachment on lesser freedoms.WHY A LITTLE DISCIPLINE GOES A LONG WAYBRAD STULBERGJANUARY 6, 2021OUTSIDE ONLINE
Most recently, the company backed AI Dash, which uses machine learning algorithms to analyze satellite images and infer the encroachment of vegetation on National Grid power lines to avoid outages.NATIONAL GRID SEES MACHINE LEARNING AS THE BRAINS BEHIND THE UTILITY BUSINESS OF THE FUTUREJONATHAN SHIEBERDECEMBER 24, 2020TECHCRUNCH
Arrests and citations for encroachment, a violation meant to address wayward trash bins, not humans, spiked 54 percent from 2016 to 2018, according to police data provided after a public records request.FAULCONER HOPES HIS ACTION ON HOMELESSNESS WILL OVERSHADOW HIS FAILURELISA HALVERSTADTDECEMBER 7, 2020VOICE OF SAN DIEGO
Taking up Slack, which been fending off the encroachment of Microsoft Teams for three years, would further enflame the long-brewing rivalry over in-office software.WHY SALESFORCE WANTS TO SLURP UP SLACKRHHACKETTFORTUNENOVEMBER 25, 2020FORTUNE
Mothers who are their own nursemaids have to resist the temporary encroachment of the Quarter's business world.PARIS VISTASHELEN DAVENPORT GIBBONS
The present rate of encroachment amounts, I was told, to nearly twelve feet a year.WAR IN THE GARDEN OF EDENKERMIT ROOSEVELT
Treaty of Westphalia mended much of this, and set fair limits to Papist encroachment;—had said Treaty been kept: but how could it?HISTORY OF FRIEDRICH II. OF PRUSSIA, VOL. XII. (OF XXI.)THOMAS CARLYLE
Thus happily did they guard against every encroachment on the rights of the subject.GREAT EVENTS IN THE HISTORY OF NORTH AND SOUTH AMERICACHARLES A. GOODRICH


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