fail to understand

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Those who hastily class him with the anarchists (or the Progressivists of the last century) fail to understand the high esteem in which he always held both law and discipline.
It was not a large amount in the beginning, he had married in debt, and I could not fail to understand, by this time, what was meant by Mr.
I fail to understand why bombarding people by regular siege is more honourable.
What I was afraid of was that everyone present, from the insolent marker down to the lowest little stinking, pimply clerk in a greasy collar, would jeer at me and fail to understand when I began to protest and to address them in literary language.
This gentleman was so obliging as to honour me with attentions which I could not fail to understand.
I FAIL to understand why the Sindh police have provided an eFIR filing facility on the Internet when it has no intention to take action on it.
But like John Rogers I fail to understand why these particular stamps are not produced as peel-off, especially since the other stamps are, even when on a large sheet.
I fail to understand why the Health Authority has not identified the Whitchurch Hospital site as the perfect location to move into?
The worst part about vitamin deficiency is the fact that people fail to understand the importance of vitamins and physicians fail to convey to them the necessity of having balanced vitamins in their system.
We therefore fail to understand the rationale behind the amendments and feel that this has been pushed by the corporates and the interest of the poor has been ignored as a result.
Firstly they will fail to understand how so many children supposedly in the care of the State died and be horrified at the manner in which their bodies were disposed.
I fail to understand how anyone in their right mind can enjoy killing an animal.