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so weak or defective as to be liable to fail

not to be depended on

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liable to be erroneous or misleading

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not worthy of reliance or trust

dangerously unstable and unpredictable

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lacking a sense of responsibility

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? Employ an accountant to carry out bookkeeping services on your behalf - this removes the worry around unreliable broadband possibly landing you in trouble with HMRC for filing late accounts.
Part of her concern is to more finely tease out different types of unreliable narration.
In total 9 companies were registered as unreliable suppliers; 7 of them have already served their term of prohibition from participating in the state tenders.
Insp Matt Butler said: "This survey revealed that home breathalyser kits can be unreliable so we are urging people not to use them.
And it was claimed witness testimony against Millar was also unreliable.
The expected number of unreliable patient results reported when an assay is out of control is a useful metric for characterizing a laboratory's QC strategy in relation to its analytical performance capabilities.
Pat McFadden MP said: "It strikes me the Bank is behaving like an unreliable boyfriend.
However, Angus Houston, the retired head of the Australian military who is now coordinating the search said that the primary radar data pertaining to altitude is regarded as unreliable, adding there was nothing reliable about the height.
The second charge, that she roughly handled a girl with severe learning diffi-culties, was found not proven after witness evidence was branded inconsistent and unreliable. But on the first charge they said a credible witness had seen Turner dragging the boy backwards across the classroom and forcing him into a chair.
Upon reading the article in the Home section written by Julia Gray I am somewhat disappointed that British tradespeople are getting a bashing again with the quote of "even the good ones can often be unreliable or unwilling to answer their phone when you need them."
Unfortunately, the unwary reader may not have known that the party producing the report, the Programme for International Student Comparison (PISA), has always deployed an unreliable methodology, and that whereas some information may be of interest and be of use to inform policy making, the headlines at the time failed to convey the unreliable methodology.
Unreliable truths; transcultural homeworlds in Indian women's fiction of the diaspora.
"Specifically, infants choose not to learn from someone who they perceive as unreliable."
It is thoroughly unsatisfactory to have such an unreliable main line service.