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wrong

1. (of a side, esp of a fabric) intended to face the inside so as not to be seen
2. Law
a. an infringement of another person's rights, rendering the offender liable to a civil action, as for breach of contract or tort
b. a violation of public rights and duties, affecting the community as a whole and actionable at the instance of the Crown
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Cosmetic Surgery Solicitors report that common illustrations encountered of dermal fillers gone wrong include gross infection, pronounced facial swelling, bruising, nerve damage, blurred vision, facial collapse, migration of the product, necrosis - when the skin 'dies' and in extreme cases, blindness.
It requires being candid about what has gone wrong and where we need to do better.
Since a verbal commentary would inevitably fall short of the one Dylan had already provided, I thought World Gone Wrong needed a visual commentary, by someone who could let the music spark a picture.
Instances of breast implants gone wrong include slippage or rupturing, asymmetrical breasts, nerve damage and breast scarring.
We felt that's as bad as it gets because he's not only gone wrong once, he's gone wrong twice and then continued to ride a finish.
Pretty much everything that could go wrong with the Lakers' defense has gone wrong in the past week, and frustration is plentiful.
This phrase only ever comes from the English media when something has gone wrong.
The Bible is sometimes described as the ``Maker's Manual'' because it provides guidance on what has gone wrong with our lives and how to put them right.
If several things that could have gone wrong have not gone wrong, it would have been ultimately beneficial for them to have gone wrong.
So much could have gone wrong for Josh that morning.
When asked what had gone wrong for the Tories, Lord Tebbit paraphrased a famous quote and replied: "What went wrong was the economy,And he warned of the inquest to come when he said: "The party needs to sit down and think about the election, and about the next election too.
Tom Flaherty, his trainer, said yesterday: "Everything that could have gone wrong went wrong and he found all sorts of trouble, but to be fair most of it was of his own making.