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fault

In legal medicine, failing to meet an obligation; a legal responsibility for a failed outcome.
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Even its elegant color scheme sets it apart from the trustworthy red Comau giants that have faultlessly served high-end industrial manufacturing for close to 40 years.
He said: "The Citroen C1 ran faultlessly and I am getting quicker and more experienced each mile I drive.
It is due to that national strength and might that the world powers pay close attention to Iran today, although the members of our nuclear negotiating team know well how to do their job faultlessly," he said.
Syed Nuruzzaman Limon, head of Operations at Songbird, commented We are handling millions of minutes a day faultlessly.
It demanded a lot from Lewis in terms of his performance in the final phase of the race - but as always he delivered faultlessly.
com or write to us at Liverpool Overhead Railway memories, Laura Davis/Jade Wright, Liverpool ECHO, Old Hall Street, Liverpool, L69 3EB IF YOU thought being over-zealous with health and safety advice was anything new, look back to May, 1961, when Mr BE Kinley, road safety officer for Liverpool, talks through the intricacies of the bicycle brake to young Peter Maxwell and these other faultlessly turned out pupils at West Derby Technical School.
The rocket can faultlessly determine the locations at a range of 300 km and is Iran's most precise weapon of its kind," stated Iranian Minister of Defense Ahmad Wahidi.
The 33-year-old, a seventh generation member of the famed Flying Wallendas family of acrobats and daredevils, was shrouded in mist from the raging waters as he faultlessly crossed the breach.
Superhero, With Your Love and Swagger Jagger all followed and were sung faultlessly.
We got through all the items on the job list and once again the car has run faultlessly, which is a credit to the design team at Silverstone.
Basindwa asserted that the government will provide all support and help for the graduators, saying "we are capable to build our country faultlessly, if we love each other and work shoulder to shoulder.
John Makin, financial director of NRS said: "We provide a vital lifeline to millions and it is crucial that our site works faultlessly.