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guilty of neglect; lacking due care or concern

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failing in what duty requires

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WITH Remembrance Tide and Royal British Legion's 2012-13 Poppy Appeal nearly upon us, it would be remiss of me not to say a big thanK you to all those members of the general public and of course the business sector of the city of Cardiff who once again were very supportive of our 2011-12 Poppy Appeal.
Trainers who complain about a lack of pre-Cheltenham opportunities would be remiss not to consider making entries at Taunton and the track deserves to be rewarded by some excellent horses.
I admit that since I retired behind the bamboo curtain, it has been quite remiss of me not to keep in touch more often.
Naming your property has a value and I think any chief executive would be remiss not to take advantage of he naming rights option or to at least consider it.
It's not often that praise is expressed for the local authority but I believe it would have been remiss of me not to do so, particularly in these austere times.
IT WOULD be remiss of me not to mention the ipad, with it being such a big talking point at the moment.
WE'VE BEEN REMISS IN NOT noting the very good news that the boll weevil, a pest that has caused some $20 billion in losses to Arkansas cotton farmers over the past century, has finally been eradicated.
UIT was remiss of me not to mention Nativity in last week's column.
Gordon's conference speech failed to mention the country is at war, and that was remiss of him, but it seems the battlefields are gathering all around him now he will need a lot of strength of character.
It would be remiss not to congratulate Stockton who won gold in their category.
I would be remiss if I didn't write to let you know of the extraordinary experience I had as a companion to Francine DeW.
However, the survey suggested that respondents still feel uncomfortable with e-mail cards on the grounds that they would be considered socially remiss or that older people would be opposed to them.
But it's very remiss of the garage to lose the book while your BMW was in their care, especially since they keep reminding us how much all those rubber stamps add to a car's used value.
I would be remiss if I believed that all of it had to do with competence.
I would also like to point out that the Department has been remiss in launching an active and viable recruiting effort on the island.