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skillfulness in the use of the hands or body

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The Robinsons said that through planning manager Graeme Lind they had failed to "exercise reasonable skill and care" in their investment advice.
Procedures were so 'inadequate' at L&G that the FSA felt compelled to cite this case, claiming that the firm had 'failed to act with reasonable skill and care' to its customers, he said.
It is the duty of care of those playing the game to exercise reasonable skill and care to achieve the objectives set out.
1) That the agent owed a duty to the insured to exercise reasonable skill, care, and diligence in procuring insurance
An event that has a budget of pounds 9 billion wants you, of a reasonable skill level, to work for nothing at an event where Coe and his mates sign cheques for fun?
The prosecution had a burden of proof to show beyond reasonable doubt Patel did not have reasonable skill or care in administering surgical treatment.
They have asked that residents be extra vigilant to doorstep callers and sellers who may not be offering work of reasonable skill and value.
They are accused of failing to exercise reasonable skill and care in adopting a policy on GARs which they genuinely believed to be in the best interests of the society and its members.
Mr Bannerman was asked to give evidence as to whether the patent had been drafted "in good faith and with reasonable skill and knowledge".
He added: "They have a reasonable skill level and the players look like a blend of Fijians and Tongans.
Examples of these terms are the mutual trust and confidence that both parties have to each other, the employee's duty to obey lawful instructions and exercise reasonable skill and care and the employer's duty to provide a safe system of work and pay wages.
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