flunk


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Birmingham University, for which no figure was available, and Warwick, which the guide said had a 14 per cent flunk rate, have also derided the figures in the guide.
Once a week, he would announce to the class, "Gentlemen, I will flunk you with a smile.
Banana oil is much less accurate and may flunk a mask that does in fact fit correctly.
As a result, 84 per cent fear they would flunk a re-test.