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A preparer is reckless in not knowing of a rule or regulation if he or she makes little or no effort, as judged by the standard of conduct for a reasonable preparer, to determine whether a rule or regulation exists.
Chilo looks like he can play, but I don't know if he can play a full game, because he makes little mistakes,'' Ruel said.
In contrast to earlier gay-related children's classics like Heather Has Two Mommies, this straightforward story makes little of the fact that Lucy's "parents" are both men.
However, it makes little sense to hold all female characters to the same critical standards, for not all do the same work in the poem.
Thus, for example, the author makes little use of the concept of protoindustrialization, even though it is essential to understanding the themes of her study as they relate to the central non-black soil region.
At first Mathieu makes little impact despite his good intentions, but then he puts to use his hidden ambitions to be a composer, writes little ditties for the boys to sing and forms a choir.
Derek Traversi's chapter on literature and drama is a piece of almost pure literary criticism, which the author makes little attempt to link to the rest of culture, but John Milsom's chapter on music and the six contributions concerned with the visual arts all emphasize connections between art and society.
It seems reasonable that the aging pool locations would need some serious updating and rebuilding, but the estimated figure makes little sense compared with prices of other city projects.