fail to do

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Do not fail to do one or the other: Restoration from floppies will be tedious, but it should get the computer running again from a standing start.
When asked to identify the five things that leaders most often fail to do when working with others, high percentages of the respondents targeted the same handful of issues.
The bags were intended to encourage earlier divestiture of personal items (keys, wallets, watches, coins, mobile phones), with the ultimate goal of lessening the congestion and bottlenecking that occurs at the magnetometer when people divest late or fail to dos so fully the first time through.