Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
F. négligence, L. negligentia,
Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
Fr.,—L. negligentia—negligens, -entis, pr.p. of negligĕre, to neglect.
But they are almost completely negligible.
"Edward Caldwell Moore" by Edward Moore
This finding defines a case of negligence which renders the paymaster liable for the loss of these funds.
"A Compilation of the Messages and Papers of the Presidents" by Grover Cleveland
Eventually, then, Bok learned that the path that led to success was wide open: the competition was negligible.
"A Dutch Boy Fifty Years After" by Edward Bok
He wore a tunic of gray wool bordered with red, and a gray mantle hung negligently from his shoulders.
"The City of Delight" by Elizabeth Miller
Each little discomfort taken separately would have been altogether negligible.
"Combed Out" by Fritz August Voigt
Within those limits, humanity might do as it pleased; without them, it was negligible, and not to be considered.
"The Gay Cockade" by Temple Bailey
Next come a row of shops, and, at the corner, the Lido hotels' motor-launch office, and then several negligible decayed palaces.
"A Wanderer in Venice" by E.V. Lucas
In 1865 cotton spinning was a negligible matter in the Southern states.
"History of the United States" by Charles A. Beard and Mary R. Beard
He carefully and in a painstaking manner defines the law of negligence.
"The Man in Court" by Frederic DeWitt Wells
Nor had the commissary been negligent of creature comforts.
"The Actress in High Life" by Sue Petigru Bowen
That was the cause!--
Are there no laws,--
Laws to protect such as we?
"After The Accident" by Francis Bret Harte
How cold and feeble is my love!
How negligent my fear!
How low my hope of joys above!
How few affections there!
"Hymn 165" by Isaac Watts
Then judge yourself, and prove your man
As circumspectly as you can,
And, having made election,
Beware no negligence of yours,
Such as a friend but ill endures,
Enfeeble his affection.
"Friendship" by William Cowper
He gives thee time to mend each wicked way —
He gives thee frequent warnings, to repent —
Then take his warning — whilst 'tis yet to-day,
Or thou shalt soon thy negligence lament.
"Mr. Prichard's Complaint Of The Town Of Llandovery (The Author's Parish) And His Advice And Warning " by Rees Prichard
I somehow feel, since she has gone,
That negligence is crime:
That I am guilty of this wrong
To my eyelids brings the brine:
Since she lies cold the tombs between,
Where the grass is growing green.
"Afterward" by Samuel Alfred Beadle
Negligence – Appliance installers owed no duty regarding uncapped gas line.
Judges overturn a law imposing a four-year deadline for negligence claims.
Jury Finds Vacuum Pump Manufacturer Negligent.
Robert Bork Cites ' Wanton ' Negligence in Suing Yale Club for $1-Million.
Ignorance, Not Negligence, to Blame in Human Error.
There was supposed to be a hearing this morning separate from the negligence trial involving Ronald Sparks, but attorneys from both sides asked the judge for more time to discuss issues with their clients.
The Housing Authority is suing Sparks and his company for negligence and breach of contract following some work he did for them as an engineer.
A tour bus driver charged with manslaughter and criminally negligent homicide for being behind the wheel in a Bronx crash that killed 15 people was acquitted of nearly all charges Friday.
He was acquitted of manslaughter and criminally negligent homicide.
The negligence lawsuit was filed on his behalf by his father and his criminal defense attorney, who said Cutrufelli is addicted to meth.
Airlines face trial over 9/11 negligence claims.
Criminally Negligent Homicide charges now against the babysitter who accidentally backed her vehicle into the child she was babysitting for in Windsor early Thursday morning.
Colleen Conlon of Gardner is grieving the loss of the cat, 8-year-old Lady, which she attributes to "negligence" by the vet.
Willful and negligent discharge of a firearm.
Defense contractor guilty of negligence .
This difference is negligible, the homomorphism simply wipes it out.
Factorization of integers and arithmetic functions
As will be shown, in that limit the thermal ﬂuctuations are negligible and the calculation of the average thermodynamical and correlation properties of the model is effectively reduced to an optimization problem.
The Random-bond Potts model in the large-q limit
We have shown that, for Y ≪ t2 , the integral is dominated by Reω ≃ ωs , the contribution (30) being negligible on a contour with a slight deformation in Reω > ωs .
Diffusion corrections to the hard pomeron
On the other hand, thermal ﬂuctuations have also to be negligible and this means that the theory is limited to temperatures much lower than Tc .
Helium nanodroplets and trapped Bose-Einstein condensates as prototypes of finite quantum fluids
Lyth argues that ζ is continuous across the transition and that hence the ﬁnal curvature ﬂuctuations are not scale invariant and have negligible amplitude.
On the Spectrum of Fluctuations in an Effective Field Theory of the Ekpyrotic Universe