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UNSOUNDNESS. Vide Crib-biting; Roaring; Soundness.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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1, 2018, that Sanwo-Olu is of unsound mind and not fit and proper to govern Lagos State.
Magnotta has pleaded not guilty on the grounds of an unsound mind.
This is not a theoretical risk, it is very real - up and down the country 14 local plans have been rejected over the past year or so by independent inspectors as "unsound".
The tooth was recorded unsound if it was carious, filled, or has been previously extracted due to caries.
The entire new system is under testing and our purpose is to point to the need of supporting the system, by fixing its defects, especially its weak confrontation to the unhealthy and unsound trading as we still believe in its quality and superiority to the old system.
Federal Reserve has fined MetLife (NYSE:MET) USD3.2m for 'unsafe and unsound' practices that it followed in the foreclosing and closure of loans.
Jailed British billionaire Safi Qurashi, the man who bought Great Britain in Dubai's 'World' island development, is set to be freed after judges ruled two of his bounced cheque charges were unsound.
In the past few years, the Unsound Festival has become a must-attend event for any New Yorker invested in left-of-center and experimental music.
OCC added that these actions follow the issuance of the April 2011 consent orders against Bank of America, Citibank, JPMorgan Chase and Wells Fargo to correct "deficient, unsafe and unsound mortgage servicing and foreclosure practices." OCC added that those enforcement actions required extensive fixes to mortgage servicing and foreclosure processes, and much of that work will continue throughout much of 2012.
The newspaper called the bill "scientifically unsound," "theologically unsound," "bad for business" and unconstitutional.
I wrote that the graduate MPs scheme was unsound, which it is, but the debate has now leapt from being unsound to being seriously deranged.
However it did establish the ingredients for a single-payer system which would be financially unsound for this country."