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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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She said: "I would just say take it for what it is, enjoy it, learn the dances, put your heart and soul into it but don't get upset if you go wrong or get voted out.
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Patients should receive a face-to-face explanation and apology when things go wrong, according to new guidance from the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC).
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Try to figure out what might go wrong before a meeting.
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Summary: We’ve all heard of Murphy’s Law: “Anything that can go wrong will go wrong.
The Cornley Polytechnic Drama Society attempts to put on a 1920s murder mystery but, as the title suggests, everything that can go wrong does, as the accident-prone thesps battle on against all the odds to get to their final curtain call.
Things go wrong, there's a shootout, a lawman gets hit and Affleck takes the blame to shield the pregnant Mara.
The Hobbit director Peter Jackson says he has nightmares that things will go wrong during filming.
It's difficult to put into words but it was a huge shock and disappointment but we deserved everything we got - everything that could go wrong went wrong.
One of the things I know that over the years they've loved is when things go wrong - they absolutely adore it because obviously everything always has to be right but when things go wrong around them they're the first people to laugh.