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irregularity

(ĭ-rĕg′yə-lăr′ĭ-tē)
n. pl. irregulari·ties
1. The quality or state of being irregular.
2. Something irregular: found the firm's books riddled with irregularities.
3. Constipation.
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Asked if the filing of charges means that the police officers were guilty of committing irregularity in the operation, he said: 'Well, kung lumalabas doon sa investigation (if the results of the investigation says so).'
Once a recommendation is made through an audit such will be required to be effected within a period prescribed by the auditors, failing which, a binding remedial action will be issued by the auditors to the accounting officer to correct the identified material irregularity, also within a prescribed period.
The second irregularity was titled 'Irregular mode of payments' that were calculated at Rs5.97 million.
The following theorem proved in [5], establishes lower and upper bound for the total vertex irregularity strength of a (p, q)-graph.
AN OLD case of financial irregularity has returned to haunt Brigadier R.
The Commission explains that these decreases were expected, following a sharp increase in 2010, which was caused by the cyclical' effect of the closure of the 2000-2006 programming period for cohesion policy and by the acceleration in reporting following the introduction of the Irregularity Management System (IMS).
This gives the user much more confidence knowing the source of the underlying problems."

SCSC's web site defines a critical timing error, which they refer to as an "irregularity," as a measured timing event that falls outside the bounds of normal operation.
Anyone found guilty in court of committing a planning irregularity will be liable to a fine of up to e1/43,400 and to an additional e1/4340 penalty for each day of non-compliance thereafter.
If the irregularity is not material, the owner's discretionary decision to waive the irregularity will generally not be disturbed by a court.
We investigate whether investors change their behavior when firms with accounting irregularity allegations announce earnings and how rapidly investors adjust to earnings announcements by such firms.
GAO analyzed the data on recruiter irregularities reported to OSD by the service components; reviewed the service components' recruiter irregularity case files; examined relevant guidance and procedures from the service components; and interviewed service components' recruiting command personnel, recruiters, and OSD officials.