Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
She has never had a brush with the law.
Downhill riders are also more likely to drive a car too fast, and to have had a brush with the law.
In September 2008 iqbal again had a brush with the law.
This is not the first time Adam has had a brush with the law after a public skirmish.
Neither has ever had a brush with the law - until early this summer, when two New York City police officers arrested them for fare beating.
While most of our students come from families with modest or low incomes, they are goal-oriented, serious young men and women who have never had a brush with the law.
Ms. Bennett has been convicted of fare-beating and chain-snatching, and had a brush with the law outside Super Tanning in Chelsea on July 21.
Some of the youths at Tranquility Bay have histories of drug and alcohol abuse; 15 percent to 20 percent have had a brush with the law, according to program officials.
"There have been five slanderous articles" about Alco, Mr. Stout said, adding that management was wrongfully being associated with a former executive who had a brush with the law.
Although Nagel never specified what the personal problems were, it was widely rumored that Allison was having grade problems and that Bolden had had a brush with the law.
During her introduction in the first and second seasons, Sydney is prone to making rash and irresponsible decisions, such as getting involved with her sister's ex, and having a brush with the law.
She also pleaded guilty to unlawfully entering the home of a fellow skater; the charges were dropped on a technicality, but for the second consecutive year, the national women's champion had a brush with the law.
In one scene, Caroline has a brush with the law and puzzles her caseworker when she rattles off a resume loaded with top grades, extracurricular activities and two hours a week of reading to the blind.
Or if some ask why he is so unsympathetic to almost anyone who has had a brush with the law when his own father's story, as Mr. Barrett said this week, "should tell Rudy something about the complications of life."
This is in the context of much tighter cooperation on policing and prosecution, the introduction of the European arrest warrant and the fact that many EU citizens take advantage of free movement rights and may have a brush with the law in an unfamiliar environment.