Illegally [adverb]

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Kyler Murray threw a four-yard touchdown pass to tight end Dan Arnold after Seahawks safety Quandre Diggs kept the drive going with a penalty for an illegal hit on wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins on a third-and-11 incompletion.

Congressional Democrats introduced legislation Thursday that would make it illegal to put students in seclusion and would limit the use of physical restraint in schools that receive federal funds.

On October 20, 2020, the Justice Department sued Google, an Alphabet subsidiary, claiming the company’s internet search platform is an illegal monopoly that is harmful to both competition and consumers.

You take these positions because you are welcoming fraud and you are welcoming illegal voting.

Moses contributed to his team’s offensive struggles with an illegal use of hands penalty that forced Washington to settle for a field goal in the second quarter, but players seemed to respond to their captain’s fiery message.

Legally binding transparency rules for platforms on tackling content such as illegal hate speech look set to be part of the DSA package.

The newspaper had recently published a column by Que alleging “official negligence” over an illegal methamphetamine laboratory and naming Catanduanes Governor Joseph Cua as responsible.

Investigators have accessed the cameras at least 392 times since August 2018, but for a variety of suspected crimes, including vandalism and illegal dumping.

Published in 2014 by Jesse Richman, a political science professor at Old Dominion University, it argues that illegal votes have played a major role in recent political outcomes.

The antitrust lawsuit filed against Google this month says that the deal, in which Google pays Apple billions of dollars to be the default search service on iPhones, is illegal.