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EGExempli Gratia (Latin: For Example)
EGEgypt
EGEquestria Girls (doll line)
EGElectric Guitar
EGExpert Group
EGEuropese Gemeenschap
EGEllie Goulding (musician)
EGEngineering Graphics (college courses)
EGEuropeiska Gemenskapen
EGEuropäische Gemeinschaft (German)
EGErdgeschoss
EGEast Godavari (India)
EGEntertainment Gathering
EGEthylene Glycol
EGETSI (European Telecommunications Standards Institute) Guide
EGEnterprise Group
EGEgregious
EGEvil Geniuses (gaming clan)
EGEurographics (European Association for Computer Graphics)
EGEvil Grin
EGEuclidean Geometry
EGEddie Guerrero (professional wrestler)
EGEnergy Gap (transistors)
EGEingetragene Genossenschaft (German: Registered Cooperative)
EGElectronic Government
EGEnola Gay
EGEconomic Geography
EGEsophagogastric
EGEnvelope Generator (music synthesis)
EGEnder's Game (book)
EGEndoglucanase (enzyme)
EGEquipment Group (US Military)
EGEmergency Generator
EGExtrinsic Gettering
EGEmission Guidelines (EPA)
EGEngine Generator
EGEarly Generation
EGEddie George (NFL player)
EGExercise Guide
EGEpileptic Gaming
EGEosinophilic Gastroenteritis
EGEquipment Ground
EGExtreme Games
EGEqual Gain
EGEmergency Gear
EGEmbryonic Gonad
EGElectronic Gun
EGEmanuel Ginobili (basketball player)
EGEmpyrean Guard (gaming clan)
EGEnttäuschte Grüße (German)
EGEdge-Of-Gutter
EGExpert Gunner
EGEqual Gain Least Squares
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He said: "The National Children's Hospital is such an egregious scandal that the Government should appoint a judge and send him off for two years to look into this.
Due to Purvis' knowledge of the hazard and required safeguards, along with an extensive history of violations, OSHA cited him for 13 egregious willful violations one for each exposed employee per job site for failing to ensure the use of fall protection.
Weinstein that such egregious, intentional acts by Mr.
In playwright Alex Ragougneau's The Madonna of Notre Dame, an egregious murder leads to a compelling whodunit.
Mr Grieve said: "This great state anchored in the principles of the rule of law nevertheless succeeded in committing such egregious violations of rights at a time when it was under pressure.
But last September, faced with a huge backlog of complaints that lingered as litigation dragged on, he did direct the agency's enforcement bureau to focus only on "egregious" cases, with many complaints dismissed, often because the statute of limitations had run out.
The new bill, called the Saving High-tech Innovators from Egregious Legal Disputes Act (the SHIELD Act), changes all of that.
Citing a few apex court judgments, the court said that it can only restrain the encashment of the bank guarantee if it finds either the defendant party or the bank committing a fraud of an egregious nature.
Human Rights Watch concluded that "by allowing the military to investigate itself through a system that lacks basic safeguards to ensure independence and impartiality, Mexico is, in practice, allowing military officers involved in law enforcement activities to commit egregious human rights violations with impunity."
"This matter represents an egregious case under OFAC's enforcement guidelines due to a number of aggravating factors, including the substantial economic benefit to sanctioned parties, the scope and severity of the apparent violations, and the awareness of the conduct within the bank."
In my 50 years, divided between practicing as an attorney representing parents and presiding as a judge, only in the most egregious cases are children permanently removed.
Powell was an egregious example of an academically gifted person who was monumentally stupid in everyday matters.