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We acknowledge that there may be malpractices and they are because of the wrong application of rules by some ignorant people.
The wrong application of small equipment in a project could sometimes cause extensive damage to the building, however good its foundation.
Medicines waste is not all about ordering, often it's about prescribing two medicines where one will do, or a lack of synchronisation of medicines, the wrong application of a patch or the poor use of an inhaler.
The council is speed-hump mad and failing to deal with potholes - the wrong application of Tarmac and limited finance in our view.
I argued that the threat to police from those who use violence to defend their illegal activities and the wrong application of law by judges have rendered our police fearful and powerless.
Obviously the wrong application of a fine tool you don't hammer nails with a paintbrush.
It is no wonder that the Islamic Sharia has gained a bad reputation because of its wrong application at the hands of Muslim scholars and rulers in a country that houses the holy sites of Islam and was the birthplace of its Prophet.
On the other hand, the wrong application can make you non-compliant.
The authority has since reviewed its planning procedures, after admitting it had accidentally approved the wrong application.
The authority has since reviewed its planning procedures after admitting it had accidentally approved the wrong application.
Now, there is no need to make expensive mistakes in choosing the wrong application.
Here is where the wrong application of Islamic banking and the mimicking of the conventional banks started.