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negligence

neg luh juhns

  • n  failure to act with the prudence that a reasonable person would exercise under the same circumstances
  • n  the trait of neglecting responsibilities and lacking concern

  • Several Chinese dairies are suspected of negligence in allowing the distribution of tainted milk products.
  • The problem is there's no hard and fast rule for what counts as negligence.
  • Instead, investigators are focusing on possible negligence within the props department of Hoevels' Thalia Theater ensemble.
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  • Gordon Brown in 940 News
    Brown said a natural disaster "is being made into a man-made catastrophe by the negligence, the neglect and the inhuman treatment of the Burmese people by a regime that is failing to act and to allow the international community to do what it wants...
  • Vincent Brooks in 940 News
    This is a story of partnership, courageous action and compassion overcoming deplorable negligence,Brooks said.
  • Allama Iqbal in FOXNews
    It is a source of embarrassment at the international level,said Ahsan Iqbal, an opposition lawmaker. "This government should be ashamed and make those responsible for criminal negligence in their duties accountable."

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