Mispractice

Mis`prac´tice


n.1.Wrong practice.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The fine levied against Abraaj was as much deterring future mispractice, according to the DFSA.
Kirsteen Stewart was suspended in 2010 for 18 months - later extended - after she was accused of mispractice by colleagues at Aberdeen Maternity Hospital.
Not necessarily because of malpractice, but because of mispractice. During the life of a surgeon, as with clinicians, you cannot possibly be on 100% of the time.
To protect its 'brand image' and start balancing the books, Dubai and the UAE's State Auditing Court (SAC) opened investigations into accusations of financial mispractice and embezzlement.
of mispractice speaks for itself," Candis Cohen, spokes-woman for the Medical Board of California, told the Press-Enterprise.
She had been a midwife at the hospital for 20 years before the "serious allegations of mispractice".
The process of an "intervention" into a law firm where alleged fraud or serious mispractice has been discovered is a complex and sometimes chaotic affair.
After the Mainichi reported that sources close to the company believe Japan Post mis-sold 104,000 Aflac cancer insurance policies, Evercore ISI analyst Thomas Gallagher called this a surprise, noting that both Aflac and Japan Post previously said they did not believe those policies were part of the sales mispractices found at Japan Post.
Diplomatic relations were restored in September.[36] Again due to the Pashtunistan issue, the two countries accused each other of border mispractices in 1961.
The claims were made in the wake of an ongoing Federal Criminal investigation into alleged mispractices involving its Eurest Support Services (ESS) unit and the UN in securing contracts.