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fault

In legal medicine, failing to meet an obligation; a legal responsibility for a failed outcome.
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The Faultless Linen properties' redevelopment carries that transformation forward.
b) plaques five years from the date of receipt of all faultless protocol plaques by the Employer.
Drumbl does not disagree that some child soldiers may, in fact, be faultless passive victims.
that attain to the concept of faultless disagreement are cleared up very effectively by a General Semantics approach to the issue.
Farnborough topped the chart with 191 cases of faultless tests, while Luton and Goodmayes trailed behind in second and third place, respectively.
The Scot could not have started better here and played a near faultless first set but he could not sustain it and in the end a third-set comeback counted for nothing as Djokovic prevailed 4-6 6-3 7-5 in two hours and 34 minutes at London's O2 Arena.
CUE CARD was slashed from 10-1 (from 20-1) for the William Hill King George VI Chase at Kempton on Boxing Day after a faultless return to action in Exeter's Haldon Gold Cup yesterday.
ISLAMABAD -- Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) has once again fallen flat over finalization of fresh, transparent and faultless electoral lists.
The key with mistakes is how you respond to them and Carra was faultless thereafter.
John Randall Won Gold Cup 'in faultless style' Owner Jimmy Rank Trainer Tom Dreaper Jockey Tim Hyde Festival win 1946 Cheltenham Gold Cup Other big wins 1942 Irish Grand National, 1943 Hospitals Chase, 1946 Champion Chase (Liverpool), 1947 Becher Chase Ran 43 races over jumps, won 19 What you didn't know His owner, a millionaire flour miller, was a brother of film producer J.
Pontypridd led by two Dean Gunter penalties after only four minutes but, undeterred, the Wizards fought their way back into it with Richard Morris in the thick of it and halves David Pritchard and Jamie Davies faultless.