MALFUNC

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In October 2012, Chugoku Electric Power introduced the system for monitoring signs of malfunction on an experimental basis in the technical training facilities at the Shimane Nuclear Power Station, and conducted simulations of various malfunctions in order to detect their signs.
Janet Jackson was in the midst of her half time performance of the track "Rock Your Body" with Justin Timberlake when the wardrobe malfunction occurred.
KIRKUK / Aswat al-Iraq: Iraqi oil exports through the pipeline to Turkey have been stopped due to technical malfunctions on the Iraqi side.
The malfunction affected 27 flights - arrivals and departures - 22 of which were rerouted to Paphos airport, three were rescheduled and two cancelled.
The system might malfunction after the last patient specimen of the month but before the QC specimen next month.
The Food and Drug Administration is alerting health care professionals to reports of malfunctions in pacemakers and other electronic medical devices worn by patients during CT scans.
The use of the term "septic-system malfunction rate," or sometimes "failure rate," has been inconsistent in the industry and has caused confusion.
A technical malfunction at Los Angeles International Airport yesterday (7 August) delayed flights not only at the airport but also around the United States.
Don Mischer will produce for the second year in a row, having succeeded in taking our minds off Janet Jackson's 2004 wardrobe malfunction with last year's Paul McCartney extravaganza that concluded with a sing-along of ``Hey Jude.
972200E) because the devices are susceptible to a malfunction that can prevent delivery of a shock.
Saturday after oxygen masks were deployed in the cabin due to a malfunction in the aircraft's pressurization equipment, airline officials said.
But a malfunction caused the TV to emit electromagnetic waves at 121.