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- n. Absence of success; failure.
'' I'm always aware of my success or nonsuccess I have against teams, '' said Francis, who had a 15.12 ERA against the Phils this season.
Not only must you say continuously I will succeed, I must succeed, for the consequences of nonsuccess are so substantial that nonsuccess should not be an option.
` ` Mrs. Inglethorp is out, and he sits down to write to his accomplice, who, he fears, may be in a panic at the nonsuccess of their plan.
They believed that a lack of reenforcements was responsible for their nonsuccess.
The words I had overheard bore no reference to Bartleby but to the success or nonsuccess of some candidate for the mayoralty.
We have decades of nonsuccess in acquisition reform if the goal is to deliver high-performance systems on time and on cost to support national security strategy.
"Mrs. Inglethorp is out, and he sits down to write to his accomplice, who, he fears, may be in a panic at the nonsuccess of their plan.
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