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1, The building was destroyed when the defective boiler exploded.
2, If the goods prove defective, the customer has the right to compensation.
3, I exchanged the defective tire for a good one.
4, The disease is caused by a defective gene.
5, Her vision is seriously defective.
6, Her hearing was found to be slightly defective.
7, Retailers can return defective merchandise.
8, I think that argument/theory is defective.
9, Poor digestion can be caused by defective mastication of the food in the mouth.
10, The firm had received bad publicity over a defective product.
11, If inspectors find a defective can, the batch is rejected.
12, Evidence is accumulating that a defective gene may be responsible for this disease.
13, Should children with defective vision be resting their eyes?
14, Revision of defective accounts Another innovation by the 1989 Act is the introduction of statutory provisions regarding the correction of defective accounts.
15, Older methods of producing duplicated material can be defective in this regard.
16, Technicians were criticised for defective workmanship on vital signalling equipment, lack of checks on work and lack of proper testing.
17, The defective batteries were made between June 2 and July 10-by Sony.
18, Merchants will give refunds on any damaged or defective merchandise.
19, A manufacturer negligently made and marketed a car with defective brakes.
20, Girls in an affected family can also be tested to see if they carry the defective gene.
21, The illness is believed to be caused by a defective gene.
22, Doctors at the Necker hospital in Paris delivered a normal copy of the defective gene that caused the condition.
23, These relaxations are a more likely explanation for oesophagopharyngeal reflux than defective basal upper oesophageal sphincter tone.
24, The insistence that manmade women be accepted as women is the institutional expression of the mistaken conviction that women are defective males.
25, These usually indicate the presence of steel tie-rods used to hold a defective structure together.
26, Men are the slaves of their characters, and they are often victimized by their negative or defective characters,[http://sentencedict.com/defective.html] mental irrationality or emotional impulsivity. Dr T.P.Chia
27, In short, nearly one in three possessed physical defects, a figure which took no account of dental problems or defective vision.
28, It is possible that enzyme inhibition by these artificial colours contributes to the problem in people whose enzymes are partially defective.
29, The ultimate aim must be to help pupils with defective vision to use as much standard material as possible in common with their classmates.
30, This resulted in the passing of the Consumer Protection Act 1987 which introduces a strict liability regime for defective products.
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