enforcement

[ UK /ɛnfˈɔːsmənt/ ]
[ US /ɛnˈfɔɹsmənt/ ]
NOUN
  1. the act of enforcing; ensuring observance of or obedience to
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How To Use enforcement In A Sentence

  • This shocking series meets the law enforcement officers who are on the front line. The Sun
  • Contact a local law enforcement official for assistance. Times, Sunday Times
  • The ten purebred dogs, most of them Labrador retrievers, were rescued about a year ago when U.S. law-enforcement officers raided a rural Colombia veterinary clinic.
  • Third, this paper gives standard in reviewing of evidence in customs law enforcement, this is, legality, objectivity, adequacy, certifiable and the exclusion of illegal evidence, etc.
  • In short, he becomes more credible as a negotiator and as an enforcement agent.
  • It is like buying a pig in a poke, " admitted Elizabeth Brickfield, the director of enforcement for the Parking Violations Bureau.
  • Once primarily limited to intergang violence, the bloodshed of the city’s drug trade began spilling onto the streets of the border city in July 1997, when, at the age of forty-two, Amado Carrillo Fuentes died during a botched cosmetic surgery procedure in Mexico City, supposedly designed to change his appearance to evade law enforcement. THE DAUGHTERS OF JUÁREZ
  • Parking for the venue, the Palestinian people have made announcements to persuade, but no enforcement power to prevent reversals .
  • Better law enforcement is the key, but we also need to cut the hyperbole surrounding olive oil. Times, Sunday Times
  • Councils spent 50 million on clearing the rubbish and 17 million on enforcement action. Times, Sunday Times
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