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  • r  in an inaccurate manner
    these statements were faultily attributed to me

  • Best shots: Lloyd's account of his love-affair with a girl whose picture he obtained from a photomaton machine that functioned faultily; the fight with the dope ring; getting .
  • Grape-Nuts might have been considered faultily named but the rules of the American Medical Association Committee on Foods permit names longestablished.
  • Westminster and Koolish were indicted for fraud in 1948, but the charge was" dropped because the indictment was faultily drawn.

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