undependability


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Additionally, extrinsic religious groups showed more self-indulgence, indolence, and undependability.
Reasons could be the quality of the vehicles, undependability in terms of time, and lack of a comprehensive network that can cover the whole city.
Conscientiousness versus Unconscientiousness refers to an inclination toward purposeful planning, organization, persistence, and reliability versus impulsivity, aimlessness, laziness, and undependability.
Two shots are quickly delivered without mechanical manipulation of a bolt or the unsettling undependability of a semi-auto.
to reveal the fragility and undependability of what had until then been
The objective in arming US Army helicopters in Vietnam in the early 1960s was likewise to provide fire suppression around landing zones, a need in this case brought on by the undependability of South Vietnamese artillery fire and fixed-wing support.