A fee imposed for a violation of a rule.
Penal retribution; punishment for crime or offense; the suffering in person or property which is annexed by law or judicial decision to the commission of a crime, offense, or trespass.
1) A score subtracted (added to the opposing side) for the failure to fulfill the contract. 2) A penalty to a pair or team assigned by director, for disobeying game rules ( infraction) (e.g. a revoke). It can be expressed in terms of tricks, matchpoints or IMPs, or imposed by barring certain actions to the offender or the offending player's partner.
the application of the Official Little League Rules following an illegal act.
Infraction given if caught breaking rules of races (e.g. drafting, littering)
A contractual clause aiming at punishing (to penalize) the holder in the event of failure with certain engagements (delivery times, costs, performances)
payment in the form of a fixed amount or in the form of interests on the amount of tax liability (excluding fines and penal sanctions) imposed upon a taxpayer in connection with their violations of taxation rules specified by corresponding laws See also: penal sanction ;
Punishment for breaking a law.
Any number of infractions or violations which award the other team a kick.
(1) points awarded to the defenders when declarer fails to fulfill his contract;(2) a remedy for an infraction provided by the laws.
A penalty is the result of an infraction of the rules by a player or team official. A penalty usually results in the removal of the offending player (or team official) for a specified period of time. In some cases, the penalty may be the awarding of a penalty shot on goal or the actual awarding of a goal.
the act of punishing
a payment required for not fulfilling a contract
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a punishment, and may refer to
a punishment for infractions of the rules behaviour
a sum above actual damages that serves as punishment for default
a sum of money exacted by way of punishment for doing some act that is prohibited, or omitting to do some act that is required to be done
A horse may carry a penalty when it has won a race after the weights have been allocated for another race for which it is entered, dependant on the rules of this race.
Extra stroke or strokes assessed for specific violations of USGA Official Rules of Golf during stroke play. In match play, the penalty may be loss of the hole.
A sum of money exacted for punishment for doing some act which is prohibited or for not doing some act which is required; 10% of the principal tax liability.
A punishment levied against a player, coach, or team official for a rules violation. See bench minor penalty; game misconduct penalty; major penalty; match penalty; minor penalty; misconduct penalty.
A loss of yardage by either team as a result of a rules violation.
Punishment for a foul. Can consist of losing a down or even the ball, but usually sets back the penalized team five to fifteen yards.
Punishment for violating a rule or law.
A penalty is awarded if a player or team official breaches any rules. The form the penalty takes varies according to the severity of the offense.
punishment of a player for a violation of the rules, resulting in suspension from the game for a period of time; 6 types exist: minor, bench, major, misconduct, match and goalkeeper's penalties.
Stroke(s) assessed when a ball is hit into a specific area either on (water hazard) or off (out of bounds) the course. Penalties may also be assessed for specific violations as defined in the United States Golf Association's Rules of Golf.
A punishment levied against a web page by a search engine as a result of using an SEO tactic that it doesn't approve of. Tactics that most often result in penalties include using hidden text, sneaky redirects, and linking to a bad neighborhood. A penalty usually results in a web page being credited for a lower Google PageRank (PR) than it has actually "earned". Penalties also result in a page being "buried" deep within the SERPS where it will almost never be found again by searchers.
A call made by the game official when a player breaks a rule. A penalty may result in a loss of yardage or a down.
short for penalty kick; also, a punishment given by the referee for a violation of the rules.
Money one will pay for breaking a law or violating part or all of the terms of a contract.
An obligation or restriction imposed upon a side for violation of these Laws.
A violation of the rules that can lead to a penalty kick and the offending player receiving a red or yellow card.
Money that will be paid by a person or business for violating a statute or legal court order. Also may be assessed for violating the provisions of a contract.
A penalty in ice hockey is a punishment for inappropriate behavior. A referee makes most penalty calls. A linesman may call only obvious technical infractions such as too many men on the ice.