And now I will tell how it came about that Robin Hood fell afoul of
However, he fell afoul of
the regime and had lived in exile for several years.
The language fell afoul of
Rule 21F-17 of the Dodd-Frank Act, Hayden and Dwyer wrote, which prohibits "any action to impede an individual from communicating directly with the commission staff about a possible securities law violation, including enforcing, or threatening to enforce, a confidentiality agreement.
At first, when he fell afoul of
religious police in August 2013, it was after a disagreement in a cafe.
And off and on, when I fell afoul of
other rules of the institution, those three 'powers that were' gave me the benefit of the doubt and waited to see whether all that research I'd done would translate into examination success.
Many fell afoul of
a stringent protest law as Egypt's Interior Ministry cracked down on dissent," the newspaper said.
Security forces members who once stopped drivers out past curfew instead stood by and watched the show, though one young man fell afoul of
the authorities for performing a burnout outside a hotel in his Dodge Challenger, the tyres shrieking and spilling smoke as they spun around.
While musicians were occasionally arrested for vagrancy, and some well-known ones fell afoul of
the law for other reasons, music scarcely concerned the police.
By refusing to testify to various congressional committees and invoking the Fifth Amendment, all three fell afoul of
the anti-communist atmosphere of the times and placed their careers in jeopardy.
Based in Beijing, Yan fell afoul of
authorities there with ''Dream of Ding Village,'' about the AIDS crisis caused by HIV-contaminated blood, and ''To Serve the People,'' with a character who can be aroused only when his lover smashes images of Chairman Mao.
Incidentally, his other restaurant, Berkshire's The Fat Duck, fell afoul of
the same bug in 2009, and was closed for two weeks after hundreds of people complained of being sick.
That year, unfortunately, a number of our reports fell afoul of
Communist Party censors.
Because of his strong ties with Bhutto, he fell afoul of
The "Victorian values" that Thatcher sought to foster fell afoul of
the celebration of material wealth that her rule brought about.
Nuri, now 62, was interior minister under both Presidents Rafsanjani and Khatami but fell afoul of
conservatives for his outspokenness and was expelled from office by the Majlis.