faultfinding


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Synonyms for faultfinding

Synonyms for faultfinding

persistent petty and unjustified criticism

tending to make moral judgments or judgments based on personal opinions

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tending to find and call attention to faults

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So does his faultfinding and rather weary flashbacks to his past as an ambitious young man who, yawn, pulled his socks up and got on with it.
Describing the regional market as vibrant and interesting he says "As an added benefit to the end-user, Bauer Kompressoren Middle East offers technical training courses, ranging from introductory to advanced electrical and mechanical faultfinding and overhaul level.
The operator interface additionally allows users to access the machine's powerful and comprehensive diagnostic system and, as further aid to rapid commissioning and faultfinding, it even stores full copies of the operator manuals and other machine documentation.
It also has an optional feature; the truck can be permanently connected to the Internet, which allows for remote diagnostic, analysis, upgrades, faultfinding, repair and advice on routine maintenance.
Moog's Windows-based software allows Coppice to plug in a standard laptop PC, providing much improved diagnostics and faultfinding. Being able to adjust the control parameters on site, while being guided through the changes over the telephone by Moog.
Quartz watches that run on batteries require electronic faultfinding equipment.
As vehicle technology is changing so quickly, this role is becoming increasingly important for complex faultfinding and repair."
MaxView will optimize Telkom's operations by automating faultfinding, reducing downtime and managing the overall health of the network.
Further benefits of the new system include high reliability, improved and remote faultfinding, and reduced downtime resulting from low maintenance and upkeep needs.
Yet in working closely with ex-gay groups and aggressively promoting his study, Spitzer may have invited such faultfinding. "I'm willing to admit that I like controversy and to be in the center of burning debates," he says.
The analysis of overall group main effects did not produce significant differences among instructional formats for the instruction time, F(2, 30) = 1.74, MSE = 3905.1, subjective rating data, F(2, 30) = 0.19, MSE = 3.93, faultfinding task, F(2, 30) = 0.41, MSE = 4.43, or multiple-choice items, F(2, 30) = 0.52, MSE = 3.16.
Ramsay is a philosophy professor who is esteemed by his students as an inspiring intellect but disliked by his eight children because of his sarcastic wit and faultfinding. Mrs.
But the emotional tension and sensibility of the dance--which is rare for the academic stage--won the hearts of even the fastidious and faultfinding Petersburg audience.