dereliction


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dereliction

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a. accretion of dry land gained by the gradual receding of the sea or by a river changing its course
b. the land thus left
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District Police Officer Ghazi Salahuddin had issued directions to register the case against the four personnel, namely Head Constable Anwar, three constables Aqil, Haseb and Ghulam Dastagir, for dereliction of duty.
READ:45 mayors face admin raps over absence of anti-drug councils DILG Secretary Eduardo Antildeo said last week that the 45 mayors named as respondents in the complaints committed grave misconduct in office and gross dereliction of duty for their refusal or neglect to organize their respective Anti-Illegal Drugs Abuse Council.
"The decision to allow Fabian Schar to return to the field after suffering a clear concussion was not only incredibly dangerous, but also a clear dereliction of duty."
"This is a dereliction of duty from the Government."
class="MsoNormalHe accused the chief and sub-chief of Mogogosiek Location of negligence and dereliction of duty.
After a fire in the Solar Tower the following year, the house fell into dereliction, and after passing through several ownerships it was purchased in 1944 by Arthur Clegg.
CM said that provision of healthcare facilities to people is the responsibility of hospital administration and dereliction of duties in this regard would not be accepted.
It is worthy to mention here that due to dereliction of duty and carelessness of health department hundreds of children lost their lives while hundreds of children have been hospitalised.
GARETH SOUTHGATE has been accused of a "dereliction of duty" for not including any black coaches on his World Cup staff.
Presidential spokesman Harry Roque said failure to arrest Rafael Baylosis of the National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP) would be considered a "dereliction of duty."
The former commander of the USS Fitzgerald, Commander Bryce Benson, will face charges of negligent homicide, dereliction of duty and hazarding a vessel, as will three of his lieutenants, the Navy said.
ISLAMABAD -- Chief Justice of Pakistan Mian Saqib Nisar said on Thursday that he is not interested in judicial activism, although adding that he believes in taking action on dereliction of duty.