noncompliant :

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  • n  a person who refuses to comply
  • a  boldly resisting authority or an opposing force

  • Both OPM and OPA showed their teeth last week, for the first time got noncompliant businessmen up on charges.
  • Says he: "It is impossible to prosecute 80,000 noncompliant people.
  • What's happening is that peace and stability are taking hold, and the more they do, noncompliant forces are becoming more desperate and radicalized.
News & Articles

  • Neighborhood coalition urges stronger enforcement of noise ordinance
    A coalition of 13 neighborhood groups released a seven-point proposal Monday designed to strengthen enforcement of New Orleans' noise ordinance. The plan includes the levying of unlimited fines, closing or limiting the hours of noncompliant businesses, lowering accepted noise levels...
    June 18, 2013 - New Orleans Times-Picayune

  • Henry Hyde in MSNBC
    There are indications that the bank may have been noncompliant in administering the oil-for-food program,said Henry Hyde, chairman of the committee. "If true, these possible banking lapses may have facilitated Saddam Hussein's manipulation...
  • Jerry Brown in San Francisco Chronicle
    By financially punishing noncompliant states with the loss of (federal) funding, the regulation would intrude on the authority of states to enact and enforce laws that ensure women's access to birth control,Brown said in an Aug. 4 letter to...
  • Ernie Allen in PR Newswire (press release)
    States need to fully implement the new law immediately so we know where these sex offenders are, and tougher penalties will make it less desirable for them to be noncompliant,said Ernie Allen, President and CEO of NCMEC. "We cannot allow...

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