unskilfulness

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unskilfulness

, (US) unskillfulness
n (= lack of expertise)Ungeschicklichkeit f, → Mangel man Geschick; (= clumsiness)Unbeholfenheit f
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class="MsoNormalIt is also a story of deceit, half-truths, and a case study of bureaucracy, incompetence and unskilfulness.
whether through his unskilfulness in that course of life [i.e., farming], or otherwise, I know not, but he had very great losses in sheep and otherwise.
and many others for causing trouble because of my insufficient efforts, ill-preparedness and unskilfulness," a visibly shaken Obokata told a press conference.
Thus the ten paths of good actions are spoken of as the destroyers of the fruits of one's own unskilfulness. (25) Again, we see a sea change.
(115) He also suggests that, should rebellion occur, the sovereign is to blame: "when they [commonwealths] come to be dissolved, not by external violence but intestine disorder, the fault is not in men as they are the matter, but as they are the makers and orderers of them." (116) Rebellion may even be a sign that there was no peace to begin with: It is true that in a commonwealth where (by the negligence or unskilfulness [sic] of governors and teachers) false doctrines are by time generally received, the contrary truths may be generally offensive.
"The unskilfulness and want of knowledge in the midwife in matters both concerning the mother and the infant, does questionless oftentimes endanger the lives, both of the one and the other ..."
the unskilfulness of the driver, or the insufficiency of the
"[I]t appears from the evidence of the surgeons that it was improper to disunite the callous without consent: this is the very usage and law of surgeons: then it was ignorance and unskilfulness in that very particular, to do contrary to the rule of the profession, what no surgeon ought to have done." (16)
"Unskilfulness is a sufficient punishment for him," said Lord Coke (1059).
The wounding of Loyola at the siege of Pampeluna in his legs is a fact well known, but his undergoing the operation of having his leg broke again from the unskilfulness of his surgeons, is not so: "Porque ni mudo color, ni gimio, ni suspiro, ni hubo siquiera un ay, ni dijo palabra que mostrase flaqueza" (Rivadeneira, Vida, cap.
there is a husk and shell, Yorick, which grows up with learning, which their unskilfulness knows not how to fling away!
Assizes 1835) ("If a party be made drunk by stratagem, or the fraud of another, he is not responsible."); 1 Sir Matthew Hale, The History of The Pleas of The Crown 32 (London, Sollom Emlyn 1680) ("[I]f a person by the unskilfulness of his physician, or by the contrivance of his enemies, eat[s] or drink[s] such a thing as causeth such a temporary or permanent phrenzy.