Recent Examples of intrusion from the Web
Folks around here don't take too kindly to your intrusion.
The Athens Observatory called the dust intrusion in Greece as one of the largest ever seen, according to CNN.
States with Applebee’s locations that were impacted by the security intrusion are Alabama, Arizona, Florida, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Missouri, Mississippi, Nebraska, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Texas, and Wyoming.
The warm intrusion penetrated right through the heart of the Central Arctic, Labe said.
Eliades and Spears quit the case in October, along with death-penalty lawyer Rick Kammen, over an ethics issue involving intrusion of attorney-client confidentiality, which the judge does not recognize.
Do it too often and Echo device owners will find the intrusion off putting.
A couple miles farther along, an owl hooted from the shadows of the tall spruce trees bordering the shoreline of the river, announcing his disappointment for our intrusion into his hunting ground.
Last year voters approved a bond package that will replace that setting with a single modern building, the kind Putney says is much easier to secure against intrusion.
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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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