inattention


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Inattention dies a quick and sure death when a speaker does that.
It was English history: among the readers I observed my acquaintance of the verandah: at the commencement of the lesson, her place had been at the top of the class, but for some error of pronunciation, or some inattention to stops, she was suddenly sent to the very bottom.
She received Miss Garth's remonstrances with a weary inattention; explained carelessly that she had been wandering in the wood; took up some books, and put them down again; sighed impatiently, and went away upstairs to her own room.
Her voice became a little peremptory, and instinctively she suppressed inattention and corrected slovenliness.
A January 2018 crash involving a Tesla and a firetruck was due to driver inattention and the "Autopilot" system design that allows motorists to disengage, federal investigators said Wednesday.
His removal has been interpreted by some critics as the result of Tsai's inattention, since she has been so vigorously engaged in campaigning that she hasn't been able to 'look after members of her camp.'
The findings of the Federal Tax Ombudsman in this case showed that administrative excesses for improper motives, neglect, inattention, delay, incompetence, ineptitude and inefficiency in the discharge of duties and responsibility and as a consequence unlawful recovery of tax liability outstanding against a private limited concern from the bank account of the complainant tantamount to maladministration.
In addition, the EC acknowledged that the Phase 3 trial and extension study is suggestive of an improvement in inattention and mood symptoms.
A new study found that screen time of more than two hours for kids below five years of age is linked with inattention.
QUETTA: The Deputy Inspector General (DIG) Naseerabad Police, Rao Munir Ahmed Zia on Thursday suspended an officer Ghulam Sarwar Lehri over lodging a faked First Information Report (FIR) and inattention. As per details, the dismissed Station House Officer (SHO) Manjho-Shori Ghulam Sarwar Lehri had lodged a faked FIR against an aged 51-year-old man over a land dispute, following the misconduct the DIG formed a committee and appointed Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP) Amir Jan Magsi as an inquiry officer to investigate the incident.
PC Shaun Morris said: "The conclusion I draw was that the driver was distracted by eating and drinking, perhaps at the same time." Acting coroner Mark Kendall blamed the crash on Irene's "inattention".
He said that directions of the Minister for Public Prosecution, Ch Zaheer ud Din are very much clear about inattention and corruption to practice zero tolerance policy in this regard.