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use "negligence" in a sentence

You can find houses more than 100 years old in many parts of the town which are considered as the heritage of the town but now are the victims of negligence.

208 (2000) The court upheld immunity against state claims of negligence based on "chat room marketing" of obscene photographs
Hobbes' views on rebellion but does illuminate a probable cause for his position on them.

He managed to force the Gaorangers to dance until Tetomu and Shirogane momentarily negate the Org's music with their own until an infuriated Rasetsu attacked them, but GaoDeers arrives to fully break the spell.

Since 1945, the evolution of a stable 3-party system has tended to negate each of the above features so that, broadly speaking, elections are more comparable.

Buffy's efforts negate the alternate timeline she has visited.

This case illustrates how good intentions do not negate the premeditation requirement.

Equivalently, you can represent all intervals from the perspective of the side to move, and then negate the values during the back-up operation.

Disputes between the two zoos continued into 2009. On 19 May, the Berlin Zoo offered to buy Knut from Neumünster and therefore negate their financial claim on the two-year-old polar bear.

Most LEDs have a higher luminous efficacy than halogen lights, but poorly designed driving electronics can negate the advantage.

These cards usually negate the action that an opponent has played on that card, such as preventing a character from being neutralised.

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