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In legal medicine, failing to meet an obligation; a legal responsibility for a failed outcome.
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Only moderately away, he jinked at the first bend but ran the remainder of the course faultlessly to defeat kennelmate Centaur Decree by three and a half lengths in 28.
James' distinctive voice reaches the high notes faultlessly, with a heartfelt emotional edge that really will touch even the coldest of hearts - and the accompanying video features The O.
Both Jenson and Takuma drove faultlessly, aggressively and very fast indeed.
A contest almost faultlessly controlled by former Premiership ref Uriah Rennie, was heading for stalemate when fate took a hand.
After asking the audience for guidance on whether he should go fast or slow, we then got what for me was the high point of the show - a faultlessly sublime version of Streets of Arklow melding seamlessly into You Don't Pull No Punches, But You Don't Push The River, both from the 1974 album Veedon Fleece.
Faultlessly and enthusiastically, she manipulates Georgia's tongue-tripping diary-monologues, safely surrounding words and phrases such as "impetuosity," "nip libbling," "ear snogging," "shallowosity," "nunga-nungas," and "red bottomosity.
Distinctly shaped and finished, yet faultlessly functional, the ProCook Essentials range has an uncomplicated style.
The new car is already shaping up to be better than this year's and the new Honda engine ran faultlessly.
While sector-specific customization remains the keyword in wireless FFA, we do see some opportunities for operators and device vendors to better position themselves in the value chain - provided they choose the right verticals and execute faultlessly.
Sean Jones, Jorden Bird and Olivia Sloyan were also tremendous, faultlessly taking the transition from happy-go-lucky children to doomed young adults.
Numbers like Stuck On you, Say You Say Me, Hello and Penny Lover really aren't my cup of tea, but they were faultlessly executed and went down a storm.