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An encroachment, as of a right or privilege:
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  1. An encroachment, as of a right or privilege:
  2. Violation of a copyright, patent, or trademark. Violation of a copyright, patent, or trademark.
  3. A violation, as of a law, regulation, or agreement.
The superposition of two or more waves propagating through a given region. Depending on how the peaks and troughs of the interacting waves coincide with each other, the resulting wave amplitude can be higher or smaller than the amplitudes of the individual waves. &diamf3; When two waves interact so that they rise and fall together more than half the time, the amplitude of the resulting wave is greater than that of the larger wave. This is called constructive interference. &diamf3; When two waves interact such that they rise and fall together less than half the time, the resulting amplitude is smaller than the amplitude of the stronger wave. This interference is called destructive interference. It is possible for two waves of the same magnitude to completely cancel out in destructive interference where their sum is always zero, that is, where their peaks and troughs are perfectly opposed.
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  1. The superposition of two or more waves propagating through a given region. Depending on how the peaks and troughs of the interacting waves coincide with each other, the resulting wave amplitude can be higher or smaller than the amplitudes of the individual waves. &diamf3; When two waves interact so that they rise and fall together more than half the time, the amplitude of the resulting wave is greater than that of the larger wave. This is called constructive interference. &diamf3; When two waves interact such that they rise and fall together less than half the time, the resulting amplitude is smaller than the amplitude of the stronger wave. This interference is called destructive interference. It is possible for two waves of the same magnitude to completely cancel out in destructive interference where their sum is always zero, that is, where their peaks and troughs are perfectly opposed.
  2. (--- Football) The legal blocking of opposing players in order to clear the way for the ball carrier; also, the player or players who do such blocking
  3. An act or instance of interfering
A planned, often unannounced meeting with a person with a serious personal problem, such as addiction, in order to persuade the person to seek treatment.
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  1. A planned, often unannounced meeting with a person with a serious personal problem, such as addiction, in order to persuade the person to seek treatment.
  2. An act that alters the course of a disease, injury, or condition by initiating a treatment or performing a procedure or surgery.
  3. The act or process of intervening:
The movement of magma through cracks in underground rocks within the Earth, usually in an upward direction. &diamf3; Rocks that form from the underground cooling of magma are generally coarse-grained (because they cool slowly so that large crystals have time to grow) and are called intrusive rocks.
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  1. The movement of magma through cracks in underground rocks within the Earth, usually in an upward direction. &diamf3; Rocks that form from the underground cooling of magma are generally coarse-grained (because they cool slowly so that large crystals have time to grow) and are called intrusive rocks.
  2. (--- Law) The illegal entering upon another's property without right to possession
  3. The act of intruding or the condition of being intruded on.
(Football) A violation of the rules in which a player enters the neutral zone and makes contact with an opponent prior to the snap of the ball.
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  1. (Football) A violation of the rules in which a player enters the neutral zone and makes contact with an opponent prior to the snap of the ball.
  2. (Law) An unlawful diminution of the possessions of another.
  3. An intrusion upon another's possessions or rights; infringement.
The process of entrenching or something which entrenches
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  1. The process of entrenching or something which entrenches
  2. A fortification constructed of trenches
The movement of magma through cracks in underground rocks within the Earth, usually in an upward direction. &diamf3; Rocks that form from the underground cooling of magma are generally coarse-grained (because they cool slowly so that large crystals have time to grow) and are called intrusive rocks.
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  1. The movement of magma through cracks in underground rocks within the Earth, usually in an upward direction. &diamf3; Rocks that form from the underground cooling of magma are generally coarse-grained (because they cool slowly so that large crystals have time to grow) and are called intrusive rocks.
  2. The act of intruding or the condition of being intruded on.
  3. (--- Law) The illegal entering upon another's property without right to possession
The transgression of a moral or social law, code, or duty.
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  1. The transgression of a moral or social law, code, or duty.
  2. (Law) Any of various torts involving interference to another's enjoyment of his property, especially the act of being present on another's land without lawful excuse.
  3. An encroachment or intrusion
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