Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan on Tuesday warned Cyprus not to "overstep the mark
" in the eastern Mediterranean, after Ankara sent warships to obstruct a vessel exploring for natural gas over the weekend.
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The authorities punish jockeys who overstep the mark
- Silvestre de Sousa has just received a 21-day ban under the totting-up procedure.
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Pubwatch chairwoman Alison Hudson, from the Rosehill Tavern, said: "All 23 licensees on the Wallsend Pubwatch scheme hope their customers have a great Christmas, but clients must remember if they overstep the mark
they will be immediately put on full exclusions."
The proposed rules in France would punish partners who "overstep the mark
" during verbal s pats in the home.
He further said that every individual in the team has some responsibilities, and as the captain, it was his responsibility to make sure players did not overstep the mark
"There's a lot of anxiousness in trial games so blokes do overstep the mark
a little bit with pushing and shoving.
Yates warned the players not to overstep the mark
, though he would not decry their heart-felt desire.
Their report said the Lord Chancellor has a clear duty to ensure Ministers do not attack individual judges and to reprimand those who do overstep the mark
The clampdown includes fines of up to pounds 80 for those who overstep the mark
. Other measures are also being put in place to try to rid the city of those who are often too drunk to know what they are doing.
"I'll give it everything, even though I know I sometimes overstep the mark
and get into trouble.
A lot of people don't realise that individual police officers have to be careful not to overstep the mark
or they could be punished themselves, probably with dismissal from the force.
They seldom cause any trouble and self-policing is the order of the day for any footsoldiers who overstep the mark
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