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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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The court held that even if the defendant knew of the prisoner's serious medical need, he is not liable under the Eighth Amendment if he believed, albeit unsoundly, that the risk to which the facts gave rise was insubstantial or nonexistent.
In addition, two recent editions, edited by Bruce and by Claeys, build from Neville's third version but unsoundly date Pines' voyage to 1589 (rather than 1569) (Bruce 194; Claeys 119).
The belief that war paid proved to be a 'great illusion', since the fiscal exigencies of the Peloponnesian war gravely burdened the economy of Athens and exhausted its unsoundly based treasury, leading to its eventual collapse (Michell 1957, p.
3) It is a convenient short-hand comment, but unsoundly inaccurate.
was documented as being disassembled unsafely and environmentally unsoundly in Chinese villages.