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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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Richard Pike, a manager at Eshott Airfield, said it is not known yet what went wrong during the landing but hopes the pilot is OK.
New Delhi [India], Jan 26 ( ANI ): A day after a man's attempt to capture selfie video along a railway track from Telangana's Warangal went wrong, Union Railway Minister Piyush Goyal made an ardent appeal to the citizens to avoid selfies and stunts near railway tracks.
"Ukraine: What Went Wrong and How to Fix It" is a seminal work that is impressively well written, organized and presented, making it a critically important addition to community, academic, and governmental library reference collections and Ukrainian Economics supplemental studies reading lists.
It's about time politicians did stand up and apologise when things went wrong. It clearly has gone wrong and the family have every right to be aggrieved and I hope she makes a full recovery, as much as she can."
If she will ring our office on 0151 225 2366 and leave her contact details and the name of her street I will find out what went wrong with the bin service in her area and do my best to stop it happening again.
A NASA spacecraft named MAVEN will soon journey to Mars to find out what went wrong on the Red Planet.
My worry is what would happen if something went wrong with either or both, such as the oil price dropping all of a sudden or, for example, countries that currently import our whisky suddenly ramp up their import duties or ban the import of Scotch whisky to protect their own economies?
Saddler's Rock disappointed when favourite for the Lonsdale Cup at York on Saturday, and Oxx said: "Everything that could have gone wrong for him went wrong.
It was clear from your interview with Joseph Stiglitz, 'Time to reinvent the global economy' (African Business, May 2010 issue) that while this economist may have plenty of ammunition when it comes to the analysis of exactly what went wrong with the global financial system, his chamber is empty when it comes to suggesting what sort of reforms he would like to see instituted.
Cheryl and Ashley: Where it Went Wrong TV3 - Friday, 9.30pm YOU'D like us to think it went wrong in Cheryl's heart, wouldn't you Ashley?
"It was a game where everything that could have gone wrong for us actually went wrong."