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  • a  incapable of failure or error
    an infallible antidote
    an infallible memory
    the Catholic Church considers the Pope infallible
    no doctor is infallible

  • Of course, he adds, the live interview process is hardly infallible.
  • Liz is funny but flawed, successful but insecure, political but not infalliblea woman we see a lot in our offices but too little in our pop culture.
  • Kadivar argues that because the concept was conceived by clerics rather than by Allah, it cannot be considered sacred or infallible.
News & Articles

  • NASCAR power rankings: The top spots remain clear; the rest not so much
    It's an interesting quandary facing the power rankings this week, as Jimmie Johnson looks dominant while at the same time anything but infallible. As twice now in three weeks he has thrown away potential wins, and realistically should be on a three-race winning streak heading into Sonoma. But despite Johnson's mistakes it's still not enough for another driver to wrestle away the No. 1 ranking ...
    June 19, 2013 - SB Nation
  • Feingold: Good ol' common sense
         Although facts are very important in the practice of medicine, there is a still an important role for the use of good old common sense. I am a firm believer in peer reviewed scientific studies but I realize they are not infallible. However, they still remain the best way to determine the cause or treatment of a specific disease.
    June 18, 2013 - The MetroWest Daily News

  • Paul McCartney in Reuters Canada
    Aung San Suu Kyi is an inspiration to her country and the rest of the world,wrote former Beatle Paul McCartney. "I truly admire her infallible resolve and her determination to stand up for what she believes in."
  • Bill Maher in New York Daily News
    Whenever a cult leader sets himself up as God's infallible wing man here on Earth, lock away the kids,said Maher, comparing the Catholic Church to the polygamist cult authorities raided in Texas last week.
  • Michael Chertoff in Washington Post
    This is going to be an amazing admission for a public official. ...... I actually listen to people,Chertoff said. "Speaking for myself, I don't believe that I'm infallible or that I have nothing to learn from anybody."

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