- n. Plural form of irregularity.
“While you may regard the suggestion of irregularities distasteful, it is the irregularities themselves that you should find distasteful.”
“The opposition SDF has threatened to disrupt the upcoming vote, citing what it calls irregularities in the ongoing voter registration drive.”
“Than Nyein, chairman of the National Democratic Force, said by telephone that he was "quite concerned" about the vote-counting process and had already sent a letter to regime leader Gen. Than Shwe about what he described as irregularities in the voting process.”
“Sparking fears of a possible debt default, Ecuador said it would delay a $30.6 million bond payment due Saturday, while assessing what it called irregularities in how the debt was contracted.”
“They want to have their people go into Tallahassee, also to go into Palm Beach County, other places where what they call irregularities they are believed to have occurred.”
“The election was voided by the military for what they described as irregularities, but which have remained unproved.”
“The college, which had been awarded £4m by the SFA, ended the deal with LMT after identifying what it called "irregularities".”
“During the START I period, the United States failed to resolve Russia's concerns over how this treaty was being fulfilled," the ministry said, citing a long list of what it called irregularities, including a U.S. failure to provide information on ballistic missiles trials.”
“The United Nations, United States and European Union had expressed concerns about what they called irregularities and inconsistencies in Tuesday's election results.”
“Colombo - Opposition parties rallied to protest what they called irregularities in last week's presidential election that gave incumbent Mahinda Rajapaksa a second term.”
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