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fail

Education a failure to attain the required standard, as in an examination
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Common errors included failing to pay workers travelling between jobs, deducting money from pay for uniforms and not paying overtime.
July 11, 2005: One offence of failing to ensure a child attends school.
Aiad Karim, aged 30, of Carmelite Road, Stoke, Coventry, failing to comply with the requirements of a community order, ordered to perform an extra seven hours' unpaid work.
* failing to record key elements in the contingency plan
Penalty for Failing to Disclose Reportable Transactions
Two years from now, that number is expected to grow to 3,600 of California's 9,000 schools, as NCLB's progressively-tougher testing standards push more California schools into the "failing" category.
Though arguably these factors may have been limitations of an investment device under rule 206(4)-1(a)(3), failing to disclose them rendered the claim misleading.
Perhaps the most useful information that has come out of this line of research is the understanding that the "failing" treatment does provide clinical benefit, although the patient clearly may be experiencing virologic failure.
Robert Charles Walton, 43, of Aubrey Street, Middlesbrough, was banned from driving for 18 months and fined pounds 350 for driving without a licence, failing to produce a licence, driving without insurance, failing to produce an insurance certificate, driving without a test certificate and failing to produce a test certificate.
Barlow faces six charges of professional misconduct for failing to promote and safeguard the interests and well-being of patients.
* In the fourth consecutive year of failure, technical assistance, public school choice and supplemental services will continue, but the failing school must also change its staffing or make another fundamental change.