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having a defect or defects

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having a defect

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characterized by errors

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concerned a silo that collapsed due to alleged faulty welds performed by a subcontractor.
Now, in the largest study of its kind, researchers have worked out the lifetime risk of breast cancer for men who carry the faulty gene.
oWe have increased the monitoring of heavy vehicles, which has enabled us to catch more faulty vehicles and fine them.
Some 170 people have filed complaints over faulty HP laptops, with their lawyer saying the problems dated back as far as 2007.
"Now is the time to brush up, so you can return any faulty or unwanted goods with added confidence."
Company sources quoted by Xinhua said the faulty parts in the affected cars had all originated from one supplier.
One batch - LOT HG0050 - was found to be faulty, with investigations revealing 44 tests were affected.
And Lee's best field officer, Longstreet, was hamstrung with specific direction from Lee based on faulty intelligence.
"We think shops should do more to have clearer and fairer returns policies and certainly should abide by laws when people are trying to take back faulty items."
Since that disaster, NASA engineers have been trying to fix the faulty foam.
In simpler times, it was universally accepted that commercial general liability policies did not cover contractor's liability for faulty workmanship.
The simple rule of thumb for auto manufactures to avert disaster due to faulty parts is; the more important the part, the stricter the quality assurance checks get.
In Part 1 of this series, we defined a "construction defect" as a failure of the construction to perform in an intended or expected way because of a defective design, faulty workmanship, defects in building materials, and soil failures.
If you have a 5-, 10-or 15-kW tactical quiet generator (TQG), it may have a faulty K1 contactor, NSN 6110-01-367-8921.