Crackdown sentence example

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  • Seven people have been arrested as part of a nationwide crackdown on the trafficking of women into a life of vise.
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  • Police are set to launch a major crackdown on speeding pedal cyclists.
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  • I wonder, a little disturbed, whether a brutal police crackdown on hustlers is responsible.
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  • He also has been linked to the bloody crackdown on Shiites in southern Iraq following a 1991 uprising following the Gulf War.
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  • To tackle the menace, ministers promised a crackdown on poor hygiene with hospitals ranked in a league table of cleanliness.
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  • The Transport Secretary saw West Midlands police in action as they began the crackdown.
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  • The Bill will also crackdown on the menace of uninsured driving.
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  • The crackdown on cowboy traders and tightening the Trade Descriptions Act, for instance - are very welcome.
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  • It is quite untrue to claim that there has been any kind of a crackdown.
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  • In the years following the crackdown on striptease, some concessions were made to avoid trouble with the law.
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  • Speeding motorists in the North East are facing a tough crackdown as part of a new campaign aimed at driving them off our roads.
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  • The council has announced a crackdown on anyone found to be dumping rubbish illegally â a crime carrying a maximum fine of £ 50,000.
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  • Some English teachers working legally have, however, welcomed the crackdown, saying illegal workers are harming the profession.
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  • An IRS crackdown soon changed this view.
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