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- To violate again.
- 1994, Marcia Claire Inhorn, Quest for conception:
- Those polluted external intruders who cross the boundaries of her ritual sanctuary unwittingly "reviolate" her bodily boundaries with the pollutants which they exude.
- 2007, Lorraine V. Coyne, Capital Punishment Update, →ISBN, page 92:
- Z felt most comfortable imposing the death penalty where the defendant is 'incorrigible and would reviolate if released,' and less comfortable where the defendant is found to have been 'temporarily insane.'
- 2008, Guidance for Implementation of the AASHTO Strategic Highway Safety Plan, →ISBN:
- In this way, the state can learn which measures are most effective in ensuring that offenders do not reviolate.