disregard of duty

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Of course, I pitied her exceedingly; as well for her false idea of happiness and disregard of duty, as for the wretched partner with whom her fate was linked.
This rule was clearly intended "to deal with cases of willful disregard of duty, of conscious failure on the part of accountants, or of undebatable culpability.
This was a gross disregard of duty and we took swift action to remove those accountable from their jobs,'' Ms.
The-times-they-are-a-changin' is a feeble excuse for disregard of duty.