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incompetence

in kom puh tuhns

  • n  lack of physical or intellectual ability or qualifications
  • n  inability of a part or organ to function properly

  • Aquino's six-year presidency was marred by attempted military coups, human-rights abuses by a still-powerful army, and general incompetence.
  • If the buffoon factor has crippled Mecham's governorship, charges of incompetence and corruption could kill it.
  • This is a presidency that has wobbled between those two poles overweening arrogance and paralytic incompetence.
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  • Terry McAuliffe in Forbes
    The level of error, incompetence, and inattention which took place before the flight was sadly mirrored in many ways for many years, in how authorities, governments, and institutions dealt with the aftermath of the murder of so many innocents: in... John Major http://www.google.com/url?q=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Major&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNGvIY2_ELypZ3R74DUib1jsfB-Hng Ottawa Citizen http://www.google.com/url?q=http://www.ottawacitizen.com/Saga%2Bends%2Bfamilies%2Blost%2Bloved%2Bones/3169317/story.html&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNFEb0ETPMEVUOX4nCk3D9efdqhIfQ Jun 18, 2010 50655 68333 incompetence It was gross incompetence to hoard that money when the race was bound to be so close," McAuliffe said.
  • George Osborne in FOXNews
    Labour's economic incompetence means a rising cost of living for the very people they said they would help,said Osborne.

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