Occasionally the projecting out-riggers of their slight shallops running foul of
one another, would become entangled beneath the water, threatening to capsize the canoes, when a scene of confusion would ensue that baffles description.
But, as good seldom or never comes pure and unmixed, without being attended or followed by some disturbing evil that gives a shock to it, our fortune, or perhaps the curses which the Moor had hurled at his daughter (for whatever kind of father they may come from these are always to be dreaded), brought it about that when we were now in mid-sea, and the night about three hours spent, as we were running with all sail set and oars lashed, for the favouring breeze saved us the trouble of using them, we saw by the light of the moon, which shone brilliantly, a square-rigged vessel in full sail close to us, luffing up and standing across our course, and so close that we had to strike sail to avoid running foul of
her, while they too put the helm hard up to let us pass.
She added: Children running foul of
the law can be reduced if parents give them more time and attention.
Already, aged 20 and at the University of Kazan was running foul of
the KGB for her unique and 'unsoviet' poetic voice, and she moved to Moscow to be under the radar.
As a result, NRW fears it risks running foul of
the EU Habitats Directive, as many of Wales' salmon rivers have SAC status.
Muscat: Many small-time grocers and retailers in the Sultanate who have long tended to give short shrift to basic consumer rights and fair trading practices now find themselves running foul of
Oman's tough Consumer Protection regulations.
Fear of running foul of
the ICC will serve as a restraint.
Outside the park, companies are coming up with novel ways to piggyback on the Games without running foul of
a 2006 British law that tightened protection for Olympic sponsors and has the clout to issue fines of a hefty $30,000.
a seaside Continually running foul of
the irascible head surgeon Sir Lancelot Spratt, Sparrow's social life is spiced up when he is taken under the wings of two student repeaters, in the form of Tony Grimsdyke and John Evans, to farcical consequences.
Then there were the accidents -- British banks took a huge hit after running foul of
the regulators on sales of Payment Protection Insurance (PPI) while public opinion bashed all lenders as more interested in huge bonus payouts than in providing credit to get business going again.
Maggie is a rebellious bohemian who is continually running foul of
the airline's rigid dress code.
In order to avoid running foul of
sanctions on supplying Iran with militarily useful equipment, fuel rods for the site are being supplied by Russian firms, who are also disposing of nuclear waste outside of the country.
The French news agency has reported diplomats saying that Tripoli's current quarterly order for vaccines is being held up because Dutch bank ABN-AMRO will not accept a credit note from the Bank of Libya, for fear of running foul of
sanctions or risking a public backlash.
First and foremost, the best golf has been played by the plotters who can navigate their way round without running foul of
those deep, sheer fairways traps.
The case is seen by many working in China as a signal that the government is subjecting foreign companies to increasingly close scrutiny, raising the risks of running foul of
secrecy laws that are, themselves secret.