dereliction


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dereliction

The gradual receding of water to leave dry land.
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Hong is facing business malpractice and dereliction of duty charges for mismanaging Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering Co.
Others say what they're doing could be dereliction of duty.
The report added, citing the People's Daily, that criminal proceedings will continue against Zheng's assistant Li Hongfeng, and the deputy chief of the firm's safety bureau, Zheng Shuguo, for dereliction of duty.
Our view on it is it's a clear failure and dereliction of duty from Natural Resources Wales.
Tianjin Port Holdings, the listed entity of the port's main operator, said it understood from the Xinhua website that its chairman, Zheng Qingyue, was being investigated for dereliction of duty and its vice-chairman was temporarily taking over his duties.
There was "very serious dereliction of duty," given the excessive metal dust inside the workshop, which was ignited by flames and caused the blast, Yang told a meeting of the investigation team.
Gupta, Executive Engineer (Power) Vinay Kumar, District Supply Officer Sanjeev Kumar, Deputy Agriculture Director Shivdutt Tiwari, Executive Engineer (RES) Vijay Kumar Dubey and District Mining Officer Ram Kumar Tantua have been suspended for dereliction of duty," stated the information department of the state in Lucknow.
Earlier this year I announced further funding under the Dereliction Intervention Programme to help councils to enhance areas by removing eyesores, thereby boosting tourism and our economy.
I wouldn't like to see engineers or doctors walking out halfway through a shift," said writer Sarah Sands, making a point about dereliction of duty in the context of an article on women in the workplace and work versus family commitments.
On February 15, the Gazette's Remember When outlined the state of this area and questions why Mayor Mallon has left this area to decay to a state of dereliction.
There are still areas blighted by dereliction and decay, with empty houses boarded up and land that lies derelict and undeveloped.
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