Examples of Invasion in a sentence
The Department of Motor Vehicles may issue special motor vehicle license plates to survivors of the World War II Normandy Invasion for private motor vehicles registered in their names.
Alden Wahlstrom et al., ‘The IO Offensive: Information Operations Surrounding the Russian Invasion of Ukraine’, Mandiant, 2022.
Jones, ‘Russia’s Ill-Fated Invasion of Ukraine’, CSIS Briefs, 2022; Lawrence Freedman, ‘Why War Fails’,Foreign Affairs, Volume 101, Issue 4, (2022): 10–23.
NEW PUBLICATION BY THE ENVIRONMENTAL LAW INSTITUTE:LEGAL TOOLS AT US STATE LEVEL TO COMBAT INVASIVE SPECIESA wide variety of state laws may be used to fill in the gaps left by federal law, as revealed by a recent report from the Environmental Law Institute (ELI), Halting the Invasion: State Tools for Invasive Species Management.
War, Invasion, Act of foreign Enemy, Hostilities or War Like operations (whether war be declared or not), Civil War, Rebellion Revolution, Insurrection Mutiny, Civil Commotion, Confiscation, Commandeering a Group of Malicious persons or persons acting on behalf of or in connection with any political organization, requisition or destruction or damage by order of any government de-jure or de- facto or any public, municipal or local authority.
No. 3:2010-md-02184 (N.D. Cal.); Sarah Gray, Google Must Now Face Lawsuit Over Street View Privacy Invasion, SALON (June 30, 2014),http://www.salon.com/2014/06/30/google_must_now_face_lawsuit_over_street_view_privacy_invasion/.
The caption of these plates shall include the words: "Normandy Invasion Survivor".
Invasion of mycotoxins molds in boro paddy samples of Bangladesh.
Invasion of the parasite to host cells is an important stage of its life cycle.
An article appearing in the Wall Street Journal, titled "Charities Decry Invasion of For- Profit Concerns", April 1, 1998, indicates that influential community trusts and other traditional charities are willing to lobby Congress for a change in the law to put restrictions on commercially related charities.