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flunk

Education Informal chiefly US, Canadian, and NZ
a low grade below the pass standard
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And when armorers don't document the quarterly services in SAMS, it leads to flunked inspections.
But what if you're part of the expected majority of subprime borrowers who flunk one or more of the tests to get a fast-track rate freeze?
"I like it better than in a regular classroom because you can pause and rewind for notes," said Michelle Washburn, who recently retook the freshman English and history classes she flunked at Warren, Michigan's Cousino High.
The school of life just isn't good enough for these foul-mouthed yobs who find it funny to flunk exams and skive off schools.
The results should be used to trigger interventions, not flunk the kids in the worst schools."
'Naku, dapat mag-aral silang mabuti dahil kapag tatamad-tamad sila, ibabagsak ko sila (They should study hard or else I'll flunk them),' said Cruz jokingly.
Flunk: Oh dear - after six seconds, it collapsed and sank without trace.
Banana oil is much less accurate and may flunk a mask that does in fact fit correctly.
According to the paper, Bayern LB, Landesbank Baden-Wuerttemberg (LBBW), HSH Nordbank, West LB, Landesbank Hesse-Thuringia (Helaba), Nord LB and Landesbank Berlin have all passed the stress test, with only BayernLB nearing the flunk line.
BIG Brother housemate Rex yesterday feared losing girlfriend Nicole after the couple's plan to flunk a task backfired.
Birmingham University, for which no figure was available, and Warwick, which the guide said had a 14 per cent flunk rate, have also derided the figures in the guide.