The commandant has issued an order, which is posted everywhere, declaring that any civilian caught interfering with
the railroad, its bridges, tunnels, or trains will be summarily hanged.
Adhiambo's family has filed an affidavit accusing chief government pathologist Johansen Oduor of interfering with
the murder case in favour of Osuri who is believed to be his relative.
But last year the group got word from the state board of elections that bake sales could be considered interfering with
the election process, which is a felony.
law 11 of Association Football says a player in an offside position should be penalized only if he is "involved in active play by: interfering with
play, or interfering with
an opponent, or gaining an advantage by being in that position."
Women perceived more burnout than men, and also felt slightly more work-home conflict (work demands interfering with
The International FA Board has been asked by FIFA to make it clearer for referees to rule when a player in an offside position is interfering with
play or not.
Fifa's proposed new wording drops any reference to a referee's opinion, simply stating: "a player is judged to be interfering by 'clearly obstructing an opponent's vision or challenging an opponent for the ball'." The new wording should make it easier for a player in an offside position to be judged as not interfering with
Eugene police on Sunday charged Eric Richard Low, 22, of Springfield with first-degree robbery and interfering with
police; Low also was arrested on outstanding warrants from another agency, police said.
Employees who feel that issues with home and family life are interfering with
their work take more sick leave and take it more often than other workers, according to a study published in the August issue of the Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine.
parental autonomy in a case where there is only minor risk involved is unwarranted.
<That bossy child is always interfering with
the others' play.> tamper is used for intruding or experimenting in a way that is wrong or uncalled-for and likely to be harmful.
Fairground operator John Evans, 65, said: "The ride was interfering with
the beam from the police station to the transmitter.
But residents don't want to interfere with setts, they just want to stop the badgers interfering with
A number of gender-related differences emerged: Women anticipated higher levels of work interfering with
family and family interfering with
work and demonstrated lower efficacy in managing these conflicts than did men.
Polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) have long been known to alter growth and development in animals and humans, and are suspected of interfering with
the action of thyroid hormone (TH) in humans.