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fault

In legal medicine, failing to meet an obligation; a legal responsibility for a failed outcome.
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Ever since it has been on the prowl to find fault with a "centralized", "autocratic" papacy which ignores "collegiality" with its brother bishops, not to mention ignoring the "sensus fidelium" which, according to the magazine, disapproves of the Church's "rigidity" in doctrine and moral teaching.
Even the religious snobs among us who look down our noses at the very idea of formal canonization could not reasonably find fault with that outcome.
Denying the overwhelming preponderance of evidence that Serbia was responsible for the conflict, senior officers took every opportunity to find fault with Croatian and Bosnian efforts to defend themselves.
He had something about him and it was hard to find fault in anything he did.
There are certainly unpatriotic lunatics on the far left who hate America and find fault with everything we do, everything we try and everything we believe in.
You could go to any place on earth and find fault with it if you have the mind to and don't some people just love to find fault with us?
It has been a hi-tech innovation that's hard to find fault with.
Still, those who blame the banks and those who find fault with the countries themselves, do agree on one thing: no solution to the debt crisis can work unless the debtor nations themselves take steps to restructure their economies toward greater efficiency, sensible exchange rates, and production for export.
WHATEVER there is to find fault with in ``Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith,'' it's hard not to love the final act of George Lucas' prequel trilogy, which opens Thursday.
The food was the best hospital food he had ever been offered In these times when everybody seems to find fault with the health service, I find it very refreshing to be able to write about the wonderful treatment.
Whether that focus is irrational is hard to tell," said Youguo Liang, managing director of research at PREI, "but it's hard to find fault with a renewed interest in cash flow, earnings and dividends.
How could anyone, let alone the Federal Communications Commission, which fined CBS for last year's notorious halftime show, find fault with a program opening with such patriotic spectacle?