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Synonyms for failure

the condition of not achieving the desired end

one that fails completely

a cessation of proper mechanical functions

nonperformance of what ought to be done

a marked loss of strength or effectiveness

the condition of being financially insolvent

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Schmitt (1988) reported accidental FTT made up around 19 percent of the total number of cases of NOFTT.
There are ways to manage this, and indicators of FTT are needed so that early assessment and treatment can be initiated.
FTT children had slower word recognition than controls and were shown to question their own decisions during testing, indicating an element of uncertainty in information processing.
Our experience, however, shows that an FTT policy helps alleviate many of these concerns for part-time faculty because the policy provides them with the support they need to make confident high-stakes judgment calls about teacher candidates.
He said the alleged scam came to light when FTT approached the office of India's Protector of Emigrants (POE) in Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, seeking permission to advertise job vacancies at the Bahraini firm and interview applicants.
Among them is a man identified as Salahudeen from FTT.
There is a long history in both the United States and the rest of the world with FTT.
The FTT would raise "hundreds of billions" to help tackle poverty and climate change, said a statement by IndyACT, a local NGO that organized Wednesday's demonstration.
An FTT could be used to capitalize a public development bank--that can then make investments for society's longterm gain, where those investments are not provided sufficiently by the market (social housing is one example, infrastructure is another).
notes that other models find the effect of an FTT on liquidity depends
In almost all of the 14 meteorites we analysed, we found that most of the amino acids had these straight chains, suggesting FTT reactions could have made them," said Burton.
This is only a non-binding legal opinion but if necessary it should not be beyond the wit of European leaders to tweak their proposed FTT so that it is workable and does not fall foul of European legislation.
Prior to the introduction of the FTT in 2012, says Rebecca Healey, a London-based senior analyst who authored "European Equities Market: 2013 State of the Industry," the French equity market share of European trading had increased from 13.
It lays the final paving stone on the road towards a common FTT in the EU," he said in a speech to present his plan.
As requested by the 11 Member States that will proceed with this tax, the proposed Directive mirrors the scope and objectives of the original FTT proposal put forward by the Commission in September 2011.