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not in good condition

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not sound financially

containing or based on a fallacy

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suffering from severe mental illness

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physically unsound or diseased

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Unsounds return to Adelaide is an Australian exclusive event, with the festival also touring to London, New York, Krakow and Toronto among many others.
Magnotta has pleaded not guilty on the grounds of an unsound mind.
Specifically, on the policy for the quantity of development, 21 representations suggested the policy was sound as against 272 saying unsound.
The tooth was recorded unsound if it was carious, filled, or has been previously extracted due to caries.
The entire new system is under testing and our purpose is to point to the need of supporting the system, by fixing its defects, especially its weak confrontation to the unhealthy and unsound trading as we still believe in its quality and superiority to the old system.
Rather, when using technology, the artist must find a bit of nature within it; this method seemed to be at the root of the successful musical experiments at Unsound this year.
OCC added that these actions follow the issuance of the April 2011 consent orders against Bank of America, Citibank, JPMorgan Chase and Wells Fargo to correct "deficient, unsafe and unsound mortgage servicing and foreclosure practices.
I wrote that the graduate MPs scheme was unsound, which it is, but the debate has now leapt from being unsound to being seriously deranged.
However it did establish the ingredients for a single-payer system which would be financially unsound for this country.
Being mentally unsound, Rao could not defend himself.
Several of the wooden piers and wharfs are structurally unsound and represent a potential hazard to navigation in San Francisco Bay.
Moves to demolish Birmingham Central Library could be in doubt after independent experts dismissed claims that the building is structurally unsound and suffering from "concrete cancer".
2 : likely to fail or be insufficient : unsound <shaky arguments>
The Unite union argues that the decision to close the factory is environmentally unsound because switching production of products such as Fudge and Crunchie to Poland will add millions of "food miles".