[ UK /ɪnkˈɜːʃən/ ]
[ US /ˌɪnˈkɝʒən/ ]
  1. an attack that penetrates into enemy territory
  2. the mistake of incurring liability or blame
  3. the act of entering some territory or domain (often in large numbers)
    the incursion of television into the American living room
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How To Use incursion In A Sentence

  • The only factor preventing major incursions into treasured civil liberties is the resistance of the population at large - and, for the moment at least, the public appear to be acquiescing in the government's plans.
  • Where there is an incursion into the airspace of a landowner within the reasonable height then this prima facie gives rise to claim to trespass:
  • Dentro de los planes que tiene para mejorar su calidad de vida, esta la compra de un tanque de almacen de agua potale, debido a que el vital liquido no abastece en la zona y amenaza a la producción por la sequía, ella solicita un prestamo para la compra de materiales fertilizantes e insumos vegetativos que aporten un mejor mantenimientos agronomo a sus tierras y garantizen un crecimiento óptimo a la cosecha, esta inyección de capital a futuro le favorecera, para el establecimiento de 1 cuarto de manzana de piña, que le ayudara economicamente a la incursion en nuevos rubros y el mejoramiento continuo de sus niveles de vida. Kiva Loans
  • This establishment was severely damaged by flooding at the end of the second century and rebuilt in much the same form, only to be slighted during the barbarian incursions of AD 276.
  • Rwanda refused to confirm or deny the reported incursion, which raised fears of reignition of a devastating six-nation, five-year central African war that started with the 1998 Rwandan invasion of ANC Daily News Briefing
  • Why was Hitler allowed to remilitarize the Rhineland, annex Austria, and invade Czechoslovakia before the Allies confronted him over his incursion into Poland in September 1939?
  • His research focuses on why U.S. citizens do or do not support military incursions into foreign states.
  • Pandemic influenza remains a non-eradicable zoonosis, and SARS has made an unwelcome zoonotic incursion.
  • Even though closely spaced parallel approaches increase the throughput capacity, an optimal taxiway layout is necessary to minimize gate-runway time and reduce incursions.
  • It is commonly associated in descendant languages of proto-Kaskazi, including Ruvu languages, with the idea of protecting with amulet medicine that created a defensive barrier against ill-intended sorcery or physical incursion. 146 In the colonial period, * - kinga medicine was instrumental in protecting Zaramo people from witchcraft. Societies, Religion, and History: Central East Tanzanians and the World They Created, c. 200 BCE to 1800 CE
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