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without fault or error

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Think of Hume Cronyn's faultlessly intelligent work in Lifeboat and The Postman Always Rings Twice or, decades later, in There Was a Crooked Man and The Parallax View.
We were united in our admiration for Saraswati Park, which we found utterly absorbing and faultlessly written," said BBC Radio 4's presenter Stourton.
Barack Obama performed faultlessly on his European Tour.
GB Fire managing director Stephen Brown said: "As we understand it, the vehicles are working faultlessly, although there have been teething problems.
If the rain forecast had arrived at that stage, Hamilton would have been odds on for the win as it is certain he would have reeled in the immaculate Vettel who drove faultlessly.
Around four-tenths of a second faster than the dry pole position qualifying time set when the BARC last competed at Pembrey back in 2006, Menasheh performed faultlessly to the delight of his driver coach Matt Shawyer.
Non-stop music superbly performed (the CBSO's versatility in morphing from an authentic Handel orchestra on Wednesday into Friday's glittering showband was faultlessly accomplished), conductor Martin Yates and an attractive quartet of young singers gave us a fabulous tour through Porter's vast song catalogue.
Storwell have performed faultlessly, offering advice and service above the level normally acceptable.
His pacing and timing are faultlessly executed and keep his listeners eager for the next event.
Despite some initial problems when it was first launched the school run/off-roader now appears to perform almost faultlessly.
Hepburn was known for being outspoken and unconventional at a time when actresses were supposed to be faultlessly glamorous and charming.
The V10 3-litre engine, which has been designed and built by an in-house team of engineers, ran faultlessly throughout the test.
95) has saffron's yellow hue from a yogurt-saffron marinade, used to soak faultlessly cooked, moist pieces of skewered, grilled boneless breast delivered in a lemon-butter sauce.
When Ross Bleckner and Phillip Taaffe revived Op art in the '80s, the standard line was that they were recovering a debased and forgettable '60s fad; a reencounter with Bridget Riley's faultlessly modulated panels, full of knowingness about the history and limits of abstraction, explodes this complacent assumption and exposes her latterday imitators to countercharges of inflated redundancy.
Faultlessly aggregated to every system's BIOS and System Drive, L OneTouch(TM) Recovery Technology provides the effortless ability to recover from a configuration disaster, system corruption or virus attack, by smoothly booting the system up to L's new exclusive recovery utility automatically available immediately after a successful BIOS post and a first unsuccessful system start-up.