"III TAGE OHNE GRUND ANGEBLICH AUS NEUGIERDE." Which is to say, he had a curiosity to know what prison life was like; so he made a breach in some law and got three days for it.
In the course of his lark he managed to make a wide breach in one of the university's most stringent laws.
d'Artagnan, annoyed by a sortie which the governor, an artful man, had made the evening before, and in which the works had been destroyed and seventy-seven men killed, and the reparation of the breaches commenced, had just gone with twenty companies of grenadiers to reconstruct the works.
He directed all his force to the two breaches, where the besieged were busy in repairing.
There was a time when we were told that breaches
, by the States, of the regulations of the federal authority were not to be expected; that a sense of common interest would preside over the conduct of the respective members, and would beget a full compliance with all the constitutional requisitions of the Union.
'There can be no action for breach
, that's one comfort.
Front-de-B uf and the Black Knight fight hand to hand on the breach
, amid the roar of their followers, who watch the progress of the strife Heaven strike with the cause of the oppressed and of the captive!'' She then uttered a loud shriek, and exclaimed,
Just as I had set my mast and sail, and the boat began to stretch away, I saw even by the clearness of the water some alteration of the current was near; for where the current was so strong the water was foul; but perceiving the water clear, I found the current abate; and presently I found to the east, at about half a mile, a breach
of the sea upon some rocks: these rocks I found caused the current to part again, and as the main stress of it ran away more southerly, leaving the rocks to the north-east, so the other returned by the repulse of the rocks, and made a strong eddy, which ran back again to the north-west, with a very sharp stream.
He took my carriage very ill, and indeed he might well do so, for at last I refused to bed with him, and carrying on the breach
upon all occasions to extremity, he told me once he thought I was mad, and if I did not alter my conduct, he would put me under cure; that is to say, into a madhouse.
(2) An act of parliament has been since passed by which some breaches
of trust have been made capital.
an island, which may be compared to a castle situated on the summit of a lofty submarine mountain, protected by a great wall of coral-rock, always steep externally and sometimes internally, with a broad level summit, here and there breached
by a narrow gateway, through which the largest ships can enter the wide and deep encircling moat.
There are breaches
in the walls that you could throw a cat through.