uncompliant


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uncompliant

(ˌʌnkəmˈplaɪənt)
adj
not compliant or yielding; resisting; stubborn
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your response must be in the format requested otherwise this may be rejected as being uncompliant. we will be looking to appoint a provider to commence this work from 1st august 2019, so the ability to mobilise resource(s) quickly is essential.
Emirati legal professionals have taken to Twitter, deeming the article as unconstitutional and uncompliant with the law that organises the practice of this profession.
Myers was later detained under the Mental Health Act and transferred to Kneesworth House Hospital, Royston in Hertfordshire, where he refused treatment for his mental and physical health and was uncompliant with officers' inquiries.
The number of uncompliant vehicles represented 69 per cent of all the vehicles parked that year.
The word "razon" (reason or argument) used to describe Panfilo's "irrationality" attests to Fiometa's conviction that her wrath is justified by his uncompliant behavior and his abandonment.
A woman who protests proves herself to be an uncompliant and disrespectful wife.
On postoperative MR defecography, a number of changes were discovered (Table 3), including incomplete evacuation of contrast in 101/123 cases (82.11%), persistent pelvic organ prolapse in 49/123 (39.8%), small uncompliant neorectum (Figure 4) in 40 (32.52%), stricture at the anastomotic line or around it associated with contrast retention (Figure 5) in 35 (28.45%), and persistent rectocele greater than 2 cm in 33/123 cases (26.8%).
Conversely, only one synthesis of [sup.90]Y-DOTATOC prepared both with semiautomated and automated methods was uncompliant and hence not delivered to the patient (failure rates of 1.6% for semiautomated and 4.3% for automated method, resp.).