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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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"If we don't correct our faultiness, our sovereignty would be jeopardized.
The Court concluded that a search or seizure cannot be reasonable if a fault in the search or seizure may lead to an innocent person being sanctioned but the law authorizing the search or seizure does not provide a means to challenge the faultiness of the search.
Now the picture may in some ways be different, with the focus more on economics and economic productivity, but still there is the stigma associated with a label of madness or insanity, and Bradford notes that the transition from 'mental illness' into 'disorder' in this age of techno-mechanisation only increases the sense of some faultiness in the individual, and he argues that the disorders listed in the DSM are still a social construct.
In order to avoid the appearance of such kind of faultiness, mathematical morphology operation is introduced to replace the traditional interpolation operation in the proposed method.
Many researchers considered osteoporosis as a faultiness of bone marrow MSCs [74] in differentiating into other cell lineages, with adipogenesis being enhanced compared to osteoblastogenesis.
Analyses from a historical perspective show the faultiness of positions that suggest that "such narratives are very rare, don't bother with such texts" (163).
An interesting approach on this matter was published in a study by Galtung, who among other states that "the Balkan integration process within, and the global framework without, are both parts of the story of empires that come, leave deep and bloody faultiness within and without, and then decline and fall" (Galtung, 2013).
Indeed, the interrogation of this terminology continues to be relevant today: The fact that the biracial artist Nayland Blake was initially neglected in the count of black artists in "Art aids America" (several early objections do not list him alongside Derek Jackson, Kia Labeija, Glenn Ligon, and Kalup Linzy) demonstrates some of the faultiness of a demographic approach and raises questions about misrecognitions and illegibilities.
Results showed that if group members advocate gender faultiness (perception of difference in competence based on gender of group member), then it may lead to emotional conflict and tension among the group members, this in turn hampers group creativity.
"Despite the faultiness of the temporary solution chosen by the Cabinet to export trash, the Ministry of Environment must go through with it," he said, adding that the focus should be less on debating the export solution and more on finding permanent solutions.
(39) This stark division is evidence of the faultiness of the reasonableness standard.
Internal control cannot provide absolute assurance in avoiding irregularities, but it can highlight the probability of faultiness. Standards do not place the responsibility for fraud detection on internal control.
Bridging faultiness by valuing diversity: Diversity beliefs, information elaboration, and performance in diverse work groups.
Olohan (Ed.), Intercultural faultiness. Research models in Translation Studies 1.
The undertaker's speech is bound to be troubling to the Godfather because it betrays the inherent faultiness of language.