• (adj): Characterized by errors.
    Example: "He submitted a faulty report"
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Some articles on faulty:

I.R.S. Records - Faulty Products
... Faulty Products was the UK holding company for I.R.S ... Faulty Products was also an American independent record label, and distribution company for other indie labels, between 1980 and 1982 ... Faulty handled artists that didn't go through I.R.S.' distribution deal with A M Records ...
Sym NRT - Criticism - Faulty Update
... On July 25, 2006, Symantec released a faulty update for Norton AntiVirus 2006 users ... Symantec claimed the faulty update was downloaded to customers between 100 PM and 700 PM on July 25, 2006 ...
State Machine Replication - Appendix: Extensions - Quitting
... When a server detects its State or Output is faulty (see Auditing and Failure Detection), it may selectively exit the system ... All non-faulty replicas remove the quitting replica from the system upon processing this Input ... If a majority of non-faulty replicas remain, the quit is successful ...
List Of Aircraft Structural Failures
... Loss of structural integrity during flight can be caused by 1) faulty design, 2) faulty maintenance, 3) pilot error, 4) weather conditions, 5) sabotage (e.g. 781 Mediterranean Sea de Havilland Comet faulty design 35 near Elba roof fatigue fracture, decompression 1954-04-08 South African Airways Flight 201 Mediterranean Sea de Havilland Comet ... Penghu Islands Boeing 747 maintenance 225 faulty repair tail section broke off, causing aircraft to disintegrate 2003-02-01 Space Shuttle Columbia disaster USA Texas Space Shuttle faulty design 7 ...
Transportation Worker Identification Credential - Faulty TWIC Cards
... On the faulty cards, the FASC-N has not been fully encoded, causing the readers to view the card as an invalid card ... They say that they will replace the faulty cards at no further cost to the affected individual ...

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    The easiest period in a crisis situation is actually the battle itself. The most difficult is the period of indecision—whether to fight or run away. And the most dangerous period is the aftermath. It is then, with all his resources spent and his guard down, that an individual must watch out for dulled reactions and faulty judgment.
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    I feel sure that he never had an impure fancy in his mind, or a faulty wish in his heart. His tenderness has surpassed the tenderness of woman; and yet when an occasion came for showing it, had all the spirit of a hero.
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