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a minor offense
  • And as the Chancellor's son, only the most public of infractions would land him in Confinement.
    p. 11.7
  • His father had apparently spent the past six weeks trying to recast Wells as some kind of rebel, reprogramming his memories to help him understand why his son, formerly a star student and now the highest-ranked cadet, had committed the most public infraction in history.
    p. 11.3
  • If you succeed, your infractions will be forgiven, and you'll be able to start new lives on Earth."
    p. 23.4
  • If he was caught posing as a guard, the list of infractions would be endless: bribery, blackmail, identity theft, conspiracy, and whatever else the Council felt like adding to the mix.
    p. 24.1
  • "So," Graham went on, his friendly tone at odds with the hostile glint in his eyes, "what was your infraction?"
    p. 59.8
  • "Oh, you know, apart from being dumped by the girl I loved and then having my best friend executed for a bullshit infraction, I'd say not too bad."
    p. 88.9
  • Did he think she was such a terrible person that she would have committed an infraction?
    p. 89.3

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