Definitions for "Failure"
Cessation of supply, or total defect; a failing; deficiency; as, failure of rain; failure of crops.
Decay, or defect from decay; deterioration; as, the failure of memory or of sight.
A becoming insolvent; bankruptcy; suspension of payment; as, failure in business.
Load refusal, breakage, or separation of components.
The strength of the material is reached. In soils the failure strength is a constant stress at which no volume changes occur under further shear deformation.
a suitable trace/refusal set pair, where the trace leads you to a state where that refusal set belongs
Keywords:  blundered, able, cash, man, capable
a man who blundered, but is not able to cash in on the experience
a man who has blundered, but is not able to cash in the e
a man who has blundered but is not capable
Want of success; the state of having failed.
SMTP reply indicating that, although a transaction cannot be completed now, retrying the same transaction at a later time is expected to be successful. The numeric reply code for a transient failure begins with a 4.
the lack of a result; expression evaluation that does not produce a result. Failure is the opposite of success. Failure is not an error.
In Elliott wave theory, a 5-wave pattern of movement in which the 5th impulse wave fails to move above the end of the 3rd, or in which the 5th wave does not contain the 5 sub-waves.
Develops in Elliott wave theory when the fifth wave of a five-wave pattern of movement fails to move above the end of the third, or in which the fifth wave does not contain five sub-waves. Fast Market A declaration that market conditions in the futures pit are so disorderly temporarily, that floor brokers are not held responsible for the execution of orders.
an impulsive pattern in which the fifth wave does not exceed the third wave
A serious system problem that results in the termination or serious degradation of a software or hardware session. The term also refers to the system-related failure of a mission-critical business process, or incorrect output caused by an erroneous calculation.
a critical mess
an externally visible incorrect behavior of a system
to not succeed in doing something; to fall short of a legal requirement Failure to fulfill a duty of care may result in legal liabilty. fail (v)
a stepping-stone to greatness
A dream to remind you to pursue what you want with great fervour, if you do you will succeed and live happily.
SMTP reply indicating that a transaction is unacceptable and that there is no point in repeating it. The numeric reply code for a permanent failure begins with a 5.
An unacceptable difference between expected and observed performance.
When equipment condition reaches an unacceptable level. Example: A motor may run, but the temperature is 250 °F (unacceptable)
a call to an assertXYZ method, like assertEqual or assertRaises , that fails because the asserted condition is not true or the expected exception was not raised
a violated PHPUnit assertion
A wastewater disposal system which is discharging in violation of the District's Wastewater Code or a wastewater disposal system whose components do not meet the specifications of the Code.
That point in an exercise at which you have so fully fatigued your working muscles that they can no longer complete an additional repetition of a movement with strict biomechanics. You should always take your post-warm-up sets at least to the point of momentary muscular failure, and frequently past that point.
In weight training, the point in your set at which your muscle is so fatigued that you cannot lift the weight anymore. D E J K L M N P Q R S U V W X Y Z
A system has failed if it is unable to deliver correct answers to legitimate requests for any reason, or it delivers correct answers to illegitimate requests, for any reason.
Keywords:  album, popllama, posies, avante, garde
Failure was an influential American alternative and space rock band active in the 1990s.
Failure is the seventh album by the avante-garde band, King Missile, released in 1998.
Failure was the name of the debut album of The Posies, first released in 1988, then reissued in 1989 on PopLlama Records. It was later remastered and reissued again in 2004 on Houston Party Records.
The point in an exercise where you cannot physically perform another rep.
Taking a set to "failure" is when you cannot physically do one more rep alone. Contributed by: Thosas
Omission; nonperformance; as, the failure to keep a promise.
an unexpected omission; "he resented my failure to return his call"; "the mechanic's failure to check the brakes"
Basically, an asynchronous exception that contains traceback information; these are used for passing errors through asynchronous callbacks.
a permanent error that won't be retried
a run-time error which renders the program or system non-operational
an event that does not accomplish its intended purpose; "the surprise party was a complete failure"
an event at which a deviation first occurs between the service delivered and the expected service
an event in time
When a global failure occurs, the token fail is returned This occurs when no value can be inferred that satisfies any set of equality constraints. In a specific subtask, a failure occurs when no value can be inferred that satisfies the current equality constraints --and causes backtracking at that point.
unintended collapse or substantial damage to a structure
most common causes of FHF are viral hepatitis, acetaminophen overdose, and liver damage from prescription drugs.
The temporary or permanent functional impairment of a component or device caused by physical, mechanical, chemical, or electrical damage.
Failure: a judgment upon self for making a mistake.
a mistake on SiteMorse's part)
a fascinating opportunity
a material realization of an accomplishment opportunity, of a movement towards the new
an opportunity to start over again, but, more intelligently
Another name for a Candidate Transition that is not a Nominal Transition Code: api/livingstone.
a condition of a septic system that threatens the public health by inadequately treating sewage or by creating a potential for direct or indirect contact between sewage and the public.
a mismatch between an intention and a perceived outcome
Any unplanned interruption or variance from the specifications of equipment operation other than an assist
An incident resulting in the uncontrolled release of water from an operating dam.
a negative action referring to a downside breakdown below a PRICE MAP level
Keywords:  loser, reached, potential, full, his
a loser who has reached his full potential
an anticipated problem
Buyers and sellers may assume that a deal will go through, but what if financing is not available or a major problem crops up? It's entirely possible to have a situation where buyer moves in before closing but the property never goes to settlement. In this situation a pre-occupancy agreement should provide that the buyer's residency will end as of a particular date, unless the seller agrees to an extension.
Keywords:  jar, impose, elements, size, limit
a size limit that network elements impose on the size of the JAR file
The application of work of a muscle until it can't contract. The purpose of bringing a muscle to failure is to bring adaptation for better performance in the future.
In ability of a product to meet its performance specifications.
Change in performance characteristics of a device, so that it no longer meets customer specifications.
a departure of system behavior in execution from user needs
Keywords:  undesirable, result, person
an undesired result not an undesirable person
Keywords:  doesn't, declarer, contract, his
when the declarer doesn't make his contract.
ultimate separation of metal parts due to applied loads. i.e. it breaks.
Keywords:  clock, locked, switch, primary, loss
a loss of the primary clock source after the switch has locked on to that clock source
Keywords:  try, person
a person who fails to try
an internal action after which all send operations are disabled
a person with a record of failing; someone who loses consistently
Keywords:  come, world, running, particular, plan
a particular state in the world that has come about or failed to come about as a result of the running of the current plan
Keywords:  test, pass, act, his
an act that fails; "his failure to pass the test"
Keywords:  get, back, person
a person who does not get back up