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The map below shows the appoximate inland extent of saltwater intrusion along South Florida's coast.
The second-growth forest died out due to saltwater intrusion.
Since businesses say these demands result in intrusion and erosion of their rights, Mulvaney will likely get a flood of complaints from businesses urging the CFPB to back off.
Without Trump’s intrusion, though, the episode might have seemed weighty.
That intrusion is in addition to other election infrastructure probing in Alaska (and 22 other states) that DHS confirmed last year.
This old and fleeting fragment slips in from nowhere, to drip its poison; such subtle intrusions are Trevor’s way.
But there's a fine line between a new friend and an overbearing intrusion, and sooner than expected in the film, a climax of sorts is reached when Simon, to Robyn's quiet regret, tells Gordo to no longer contact the two of them.
As details of those intrusions have emerged over the past year and a half, some American officials and experts have come around to the idea of an international agreement on the rules of cyber war.
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INTRUSION Defined for Kids
Definition of intrusion for Students
- The phone call was an unwelcome intrusion.
legal Definition of intrusion
- the Fourth Amendment demands that the showing of justification match the degree of intrusion
- —Berger v. New York, 388 U.S. 41 (1968)
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