from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. The condition of being incompliant
- n. A refusal to comply
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The quality or state of being incompliant; unyielding temper; obstinacy.
- n. Refusal or failure to comply.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The quality of being incompliant; refusal or failure to comply; an unyielding or unaccommodating disposition.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
The Venezuelan government has taken over four private banks in the country for what it described as their incompliance with regulations.
In January 2005, the government of Bolivia initiated the termination of its contract with the Suez subsidiary Aguas del Illimani in El Alto and La Paz due to the company's contractual incompliance, pitiful service record and dismal environmental performance.
Darling's incompliance could just spare us – and the public finances – the worst of that.
The EPA will requirethat TVA remove allcoal ash from the river andsurrounding areas, incompliance withfederal Superfund standards.
The rebuilt Flickr import option should make it much easier to ensure that your students are incompliance with fair-use when they use images in the VoiceThreads that they create.
So, incompliance withthe War Powers Act of 1973, what did these Senators vote on?
'MR. JOHNSON knows that Sir Joshua Reynolds and the other gentlemen will excuse his incompliance with the call, when they are told that Mr. Thrale died this morning.
While federal IT managers say lack of enforcement causes incompliance with federal cybersecurity regulations, IT staff lay the blame squarely at the foot of management.
Endowment on April 22, 2010, Samore said: "The point I'm making is that there are the clause in the NSA that says incompliance with their nuclear nonproliferation obligations is intended to be a broad clause and we'll interpret that - when the time comes, we'll interpret that in accordance with what we judge to be a meaningful standard."
Adan Munoz is an administrator of a commissin designed to keep jails in compliance so taxpayers don't get sued and because you were not incompliance you will get cited.
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