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Fail

A deal is said to fail if on the settlement date either the seller does not deliver securities in proper form or the buyer does not to deliver funds in proper form.

Fail

fail

Of or relating to a trade in which the seller does not deliver securities or the buyer does not deliver funds in the prescribed manner at the prescribed time, usually on the settlement date. Compare clear.
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Define a method for handling special case combinations of failure causes.
Comparison of the chemistry of the rubber side (meaning the side of the failure originating on the rubber, not necessarily that rubber is at the surface) and the metal side helps to quickly determine if the failure is cohesive (same chemistry on both sides) or adhesive (each side has chemistry related to different layers of the structure).
As a result, most men internalized the dilemma of failure and created a success-oriented vocabulary of "real" Americans they could emulate: those "driving wheels," "self-made men," "business men," and "go-ahead men" who constituted the winners in American society.
4-7) Also, the etiology of deafness in these patients may be related to the premature aging induced by chronic renal failure.
A demographic failure generally can be corrected by adding new benefits, increasing the existing ones or expanding the coverage.
The most difficult challenge, specifically with geographically dispersed clusters, is to be able to distinguish between a communication failure between sites where the other site is still alive and a site failure where it is no longer available to run applications.
9]/L) platelet count for the severity of subsequent renal failure.
Usually a diagnosis of heart failure is effectively made by medical history and physical examination alone, but in cases where the clinical picture is not straightforward, a lab test developed last July can help.
The poor performance then reinforces their failure expectations, and the cycle continues.
It is similar in some respects to the outlined clinical approach and standardized outpatient evaluation method used at the Arizona Center on Aging to identify common problems causing failure to thrive.
A definition of "willful neglect" was provided by the Supreme Court in Boyle, 469 US 241 (1985), which found that the phrase "willful neglect" had been construed over the years to mean "a conscious, intentional failure or reckless indifference.