failure to comply

failure to comply
I noun contravention, default, defiance, deficiency, deliquency, dereliction, disobedience, disregard, evasion, ignoring, inexecution, infringement, laxity, mutiny, neglect, neglect to obey, negligence, nonfeasance, nonfulfillment, nonobservance, omission, rebellion, recalcitrance, refusal to obey, resistance, revolt, transgression, violation II index deficiency

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