faulty

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having a defect or defects

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having a defect

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characterized by errors

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When things go well for the law, the determination of criminal liability is a determination that a punishment for the wrong is deserved, and a punishment for the wrong is deserved only if the wrong was faultily committed.
A study of his Texas schedule found, for example, that when he was delivering a lengthy report on a tragedy in which a number of Texas A&M students were killed in a faultily constructed bonfire, he read neither it nor its executive summary, leaving it to his aides to highlight a few paragraphs of the report's conclusions.
5th DCA 1994), a contractor sued an engineer for costs incurred in connection with a faultily designed retaining wall, which cracked and bulged, damaging an existing pool deck and wall.
This misplaced confidence in the printed text has led to several embarrassing errors, most notably in the translation and interpretation of a ginan, where due to a typographical error in the twentieth-century printed edition, the postposition manhe, meaning "in," has been faultily transcribed as manpe.
He is one of hundreds of victims of GM's faultily designed C and K series pickups manufactured between 1973 and 1987.
First-innings centurion Ian Bell was not the man to salvage the situation either, the third to go without scoring, then Vaughan himself went lbw pushing forward faultily at Rana.
And then Hoggard was indebted to England's top all-rounder who produced an outstanding one-handed catch diving to his right at short cover when Shoaib Malik drove faultily on the upIf the first three batsmen failed the patience test the captain and Yousuf proved the right men for the job.