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infraction

inf rak shuhn

  • n  a crime less serious than a felony

  • A transition aide recalls that the attitude about Baird's legal infraction was ''Everybody does it.
  • A transition aide recalls that the attitude about Baird's legal infraction was ''Everybody does it.
  • Also like Rybakov, he was arrested on a trumped-up infraction and sentenced to three years in Siberian villages.
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  • Matt Kenseth in SI.com
    That was 10 times graver an infraction than this was,said Kenseth, the 2003 Cup series champion and last year's runner-up. "There were parts purposely built to move body panels around, all kinds of stuff, and we had a couple covers, or one...
  • Michael Waltrip in SportingNews.com
    I hate to look back,Waltrip said. "I'm not made that way. A lot of times if you look back you'll decide it ain't worth going forward. I know the rules infraction that we had at Daytona was probably the worst thing that happened to any team...

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