The security guards who failed to stop them should be punished, too.
Previous drugs targeting amyloid precursor protein, or APP, have failed.
The United States was wealthier, more powerful, and at the same time more conscious of the ways it had failed its black citizens.
Richard Porton talks to him about why Obama has “failed” and why Herman Cain is “an annoyance.”
With the publication of The Apartment in November, however, Baxter can finally drop the “failed” from his moniker.
We fought like fiends to save you, and we thought we had failed.
And I'm going to get the farmers who have been successful to co-operate with the farmers who have failed.
Excavation in Palestine has failed to furnish examples of Hebrew work.
Her speech now failed her; but they thought she would have said something about the children.
He failed to notice his loss, but directly he was gone M'Adam pounced on it.
early 13c., from Old French falir (11c., Modern French faillir) "be lacking, miss, not succeed," from Vulgar Latin *fallire, from Latin fallere "to trip, cause to fall;" figuratively "to deceive, trick, dupe, cheat, elude; fail, be lacking or defective." Related: Failed; failing. Replaced Old English abreoðan.