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lacking consistency or regularity in quality or performance

made up of parts or qualities that are disparate or otherwise markedly lacking in consistency

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displaying a lack of consistency

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not capable of being made consistent or harmonious

not in agreement

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5 of the Dispute Settlement Understanding (DSU), the EU said the challenged measures are inconsistent with various provisions under the WTO's Agreement on Sanitary and Phytosanitary Measures and the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade 1994.
He should be playing at right-back instead of the inconsistent Joe Gomez.
Secretary General Ban Ki-moon criticizing its missile launches as inconsistent with its deal with world powers to curb sensitive nuclear activity in exchange for sanctions relief.
The majority of these individuals present multiple risk behaviors, such as multiple sexual partners, exchange of sex for money or drugs, and inconsistent use of condoms.
However, the lenient and inconsistent sentencing throughout North Wales during the last 12 months should now be questioned.
It has also been recognized that previous styles that are MI inconsistent, such as providing unsolicited advice, asserting authority, or directly confronting the client, could interfere with the new learning (Soderlund, 2010).
Vice President Joe Biden agreed in a call with Ukraine President Petro Poroshenko on Saturday that Russia's military activities in eastern Ukraine were inconsistent with its stated desire to improve the humanitarian situation there, Reuters cited the White House as saying.
Pinto, 61, warned: "Something I've identified for the last 12-14 years, studying England, is that England have become very inconsistent when it comes to World Cups.
Self-reports of dental coverage in the dental services section were compared with those in the insurance section of the 2002 HRS to identify inconsistent responses.
Global Banking News-May 9, 2013--Central bank says Islamic banking inconsistent with current laws in India(C)2013 ENPublishing - http://www.
Inconsistent users were most physically or sexually violent and sexually risky.
Inconsistent with the wholesale slaughter of the USA's aboriginal people, the enslavement of millions of others until the 1860s on account of their faces being the colour black?
The WTO said, on 15 July, that the EU provision on individual treatment' embodied in the EU's basic anti-dumping regulation and in Regulation 91/2009 and its application in the fasteners investigation against China was inconsistent with WTO rules because with respect to producers from non-market economy countries, such as China, it conditioned the calculation of individual dumping margins and the imposition of individual duties on the fulfilment of certain criteria.
Trial attorneys must also consider the law regarding when a prior statement is inconsistent or consistent so that they know when to request appropriate instructions be given the members.
Once these inconsistent fossils have been determined, the authors advocate that these fossils be excluded and the analysis performed with all remaining non-conflicting fossils included.