common fault


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Noun1.common fault - an inclined fault in which the hanging wall appears to have slipped downward relative to the footwallcommon fault - an inclined fault in which the hanging wall appears to have slipped downward relative to the footwall
inclined fault - a geological fault in which one side is above the other
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Professor Murray will, I am sure, excuse me if I say that he has the common fault of most Englishmen of being inaudible.
It's very true,' said Quilp, 'that your grandfather urged repeated forgiveness, ingratitude, riot, and extravagance, and all that; but as I told him "these are common faults.
The Quaid observed that 'putting pressure on services was a very common fault of politicians and those with influence in political parties.
According the common fault mode of the hydraulic brake system, we analysed the fault predication plan and parameters aiming at the possible fault types and positions.
When only 13% of companies successfully execute their business strategy there must be some common fault lines.
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The book, 'Our Common Fault,' complements the numerous scientific reports on the 7.
Connection to a heat source was the third most common fault, with 743 cases recorded, according to PACDA's annual data for 2015.
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It could not state how many were directly for fire door issues but said that was the most common fault.
It's a common fault as a lot of contractors don't use them as they don't understand what they are for.
This is a nice story which is written in rhyming prose but, unfortunately, falls for a common fault of books converted from film in that it either seems to be trying to be the film in book form or be more all things to all readers.