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faulty

1. mod. fake. Faulty leather on this chair. Gimme the real stuff.
2. mod. wrong. No. You are just faulty about the number.
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The internal discipline and civil award in Aaron Campbell's case also suggests faultiness in the traditional reasonableness approach to the use of force by police officers.
Internal control cannot provide absolute assurance in avoiding irregularities, but it can highlight the probability of faultiness.
Bridging faultiness by valuing diversity: Diversity beliefs, information elaboration, and performance in diverse work groups.
The undertaker's speech is bound to be troubling to the Godfather because it betrays the inherent faultiness of language.
Indeed, it is Aurora's misinterpretation of Marian--her "reading" of the seamstress as a prostitute when she see the unmarried woman with a child in Paris--that betrays the faultiness of her vision since it is not backed by any real knowledge of urban conditions or social relations.
In some instances, as in Syria, Libya, Egypt, the Ukraine, and most recently in Palestine and Israel, too many calamitous scenarios have exposed the faultiness of US foreign policy.
Carrying out the assessment, the adjudicating court shall be guided by its own sense of justice; undermining the assessment of this court requires proving its faultiness [25].
Putting the faultiness of the thesis aside, let us examine the book further.
Factional groups: A new vantage on demographic faultiness, conflict, and disintegration in work teams.
In the high-stakes presidential election context, the slightest "faults of performance" are "subject to transformation into performances of faultiness," especially if there are even unsupported suspicions over the related aspect of character already "'in the air' of public opinion" (Silverstein, 2011, p.
Top management team in family controlled companies: Familiness, faultiness, and the impact on financial performance.
The divergence in expectations flows not from an inherent faultiness in the income capitalization approach, but from two different perspectives of value.
As Michelle Kohler explains, "She converts his 'worded into proof of his faulty vision, rather than allowing his vision to prove the faultiness of her words.
We were trained to be inferior copies of Englishmen, caricatures to be laughed at with our pretensions to British bourgeois gentility, our grammatical faultiness and distorted standards betraying us at every turn.
These insights will be discussed alongside an analysis of the "deviated quest" narrative structure, indicative of the impossible and irreversible faultiness of the MIA dilemma.