Assam was the worst affected as three of the four candidates failed ( all names are being withheld to protect identities) and the only from Orissa flunked
Why, even the Indian Olympic Association did not want to form an ad hoc body because a few more flunked
dope tests would have meant the IOA would have got banned.
But he stunned instructors when he flunked
the basic computer competence check.
In contrast, Clinton flunked
the press's likability test.
Marlo Holmes called James Bostic, NordicTrack president and chief executive officer, out of concern that "a significant number" of National Guards in his unit repeatedly flunked
their annual physical fitness exams.
I ran a check when I got home -- I found out the car had flunked
emissions testing three times," explained Turk.
Once among California's most touted prospects, the oft-troubled Burnley has flunked
out at Oregon State and has left the university after a promising freshman season, sources said.
TWO universities are letting in students who flunked
A levels to fill up degree courses.
It's probably a good thing the smoked products flunked
out, since we'd probably have to disqualify them anyway.
Certainly Nietzsche's writings did signify the end of rationalism in some ultimate sense, but how did Beyond Good and Evil bring us Native American Literature, one of the courses Amy Carter recently flunked
But the first lesson of a good biopic - tell us something compelling and complicated about the individual we're studying - is severely flunked
The minister flunked
her big test last Friday and lost her Dail seat as the Labour Party got a stinging report card from voters.
Yet many doubt this, because CSU doesn't retest the students using the test they flunked