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defective

[di′fek·tiv]
(science and technology)
An item or product which has at least one defect.
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Water and sewerage system pipe lines are defectively inter connected causing pollution of drinking water.
For example, the express preemption clause in the Consumer Product Safety Act preempts only state "standards or regulations," and it has a "savings clause" stating that compliance with standards issued by the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) "shall not relieve" manufacturers from "liability at common law." Despite the clarity of the savings clause, the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals held that 17-year-old Brian Moe could not receive a jury trial on his claim that a defectively manufactured lawnmower cost him all the fingers on his right hand, because the product's design complied with CPSC standards.
Such fast SPM methods trend to reproduce the details defectively when dealing with division, tiny point features, and narrow linear, strip features such as rivers and highways.
to wonder how many times a word-medial /i/ is written defectively
Clinicopathological changes in LSDs largely result from the accumulation (in various tissues and organs) of defectively catabolized metabolites.
During the Post-Closing Acceptance Period, Shareholders have no right to withdraw Shares from the Offer, regardless whether their Shares have been validly tendered (or defectively tendered, provided that such defect has been waived by the Offeror) during the Acceptance Period or the Post-Closing Acceptance Period.
The jury decided the Pinnacle hips were defectively designed and that DePuy had failed to warn the public about their risks.
The illustration in the comment of the paragraph is the following: A defectively performs a construction contract concluded with B, and in October B informs A about the nonconformities, without receiving a reply from A.
The jury soundly rejected that Marlboro cigarettes are defectively designed," said Murray Garnick, Altria Client Services senior vice president and associate general counsel, speaking on behalf of Philip Morris USA in a statement.
Plaintiffs alleged that DGFM designed, manufactured, and sold and/or otherwise introduced into the stream of commerce the ammunition; that DGFM's wrongful acts consisted of defectively designing and manufacturing the rounds to have a protruding primer; and that DGFM failed to provide adequate warnings about the dangerous condition posed by this protruding primer.
All the process should be carried out with due care and caution so not to leave any defect like the case of PTCL as it had been privatized in 2006 but the govt is still in the process of recovering 800 million Dollars stuck in the defectively carried out process of privatization.
"After the leaks associated with these defective installations were corrected, there still remain 84 new meters that are incorrectly or defectively installed," Gibson wrote.