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Urban Transport Crisis in India, published in the journal Elsevier, said: "Most buses and trains in small and medium size Indian cities are old and poorly designed, inadequately maintained, dangerously overcrowded, undependable, and slow.
While plenty of reliable medical information can be found on the web, users don't always know how to distinguish between the reliable and the undependable.
But, suppose the highly competent employee turned out to be undependable, impulsive, frequently absent or a safety risk?
We can't pretend to be the world's last superpower, yet still run it out of a city that has a power infrastructure as undependable as one in a developing nation.
Unlike advocates of "smart power," however, Lieber insists that in a dangerous world with weak allies and undependable multilateral cooperation the U.
Efforts to bring gas from Central Asian states seems futile as pipelines would cross lawless Afghanistan making is highly undependable energy resource, he said.
Adding that efforts to bring gas from Central Asian states seems futile as pipelines would cross lawless Afghanistan making is highly undependable energy resource, he said.
In it he voices the undependable dad Peter Griffin, the family's martini quaffing, talking dog Brian, and Stewie, the pompous baby with a British accent, who's hell bent on killing his mother.
Paquin's description of Roy as "an undependable, emotionally abusive, volatile man" (p.
In normal times, the informal financial market helps SMEs to get by; but the recent woes of Wenzhou, a city in southern Zhejiang province renowned for its freewheeling private economy, have shown that the informal financial market can be very volatile and undependable.
Moreover, Pakistan is the most undependable Indian neighbour, which after straining ties with the USA, is moving towards China.
Casual wine drinkers often rely on nothing more than a guess, buying wine based on how the label looks or other undependable indicators of quality.