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1(injustice/disregard/error) flagrantein flagrant breach of the regulations — en flagrante contravención del reglamento
- They said settlements must be respected even if they were in flagrant breach of planning law.
- One bag of chips every now and then is NOT a flagrant disregard for their health.
- That too has to be seen against numerous flagrant violations of human rights, which are largely ignored.
- It was obvious by the flagrant manner in which they were speaking and the discord their steps and words caused.
- It's a flagrant breach of the unwritten rules, but who's to stop her?
- The two women were brought to the police station at night, in flagrant violation of rules.
- They also highlighted a flagrant disregard by the defendant to correspondence from the council in the case.
- Joe Warwick was blown away not just by the food but by the competitors' flagrant disregard for the rules.
- It is this flagrant disregard for human rights and international laws which so angers the Arab people.
- It's difficult to imagine a more flagrant violation of our founding principles than that.
- There were a few police around, but they were ignoring flagrant breaches of the law.
- Senior lawyers cite a flagrant breach of the presumption of innocence which may jeopardise a future trial.
- Yet they were persecuted and locked up in flagrant disregard of their human rights.
- It was not a clear case of a flagrant breach of duty any more than it was an obviously hopeless claim.
- Setting an age limit is a form of age discrimination and a flagrant violation of the citizens' constitutional right to work.
- Following an internal probe, 12 members of staff were sacked for flagrant breaches of hygiene rules.
- And it results in the most flagrant violations in the administration of justice.
- She should not be allowed to feel that she is in control or that she is getting away with her flagrant breach of her obligations.
- He is someone that shows flagrant disregard for the orders.
- Such flagrant breach of its own regulations does not bode well for a euro constitution.
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