Improperly [adverb]

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Ring reports to the US Consumer Product Safety Commission that it has received 85 incident reports involving use of improper screws, with 23 cases of ignition involving minor property damage and eight cases of minor personal burns.

It alleges that poll workers in Maricopa County gave improper instructions to some residents who used voting machines, possibly causing votes to go uncounted.

Watchdog groups have “meticulously cataloged” the ways regulators have “failed to safeguard the public from improper diversion of prescription opioids,” Walmart’s lawyers said in the 54-page complaint.

To put it in perspective, 297,000 die annually from diseases caused by improper sanitation.

Lawhon says the problem is not just improper waste practices by visitors, but overwhelmed agencies struggling to keep up while maintaining pandemic-safe levels of staffing and operations.

Food insecurity is especially important to young children and unborn babies because improper nutrition can permanently stunt brain development and growth.

Prospect, Inter Valley and a hospital used by the plan’s patients had to repay the federal government for the improper income they’d received.

The coal company’s lawyer said there was nothing improper about the settlement.

An internal company investigation of work conditions was prompted by a BuzzFeed News report in July based on 36 interviews with ex-staffers, who complained about or said they witnessed improper and unfair treatment.

In 2017, a Beijing court ruled that China’s pharmaceutical regulator received improper payments from vaccine makers including Sinovac.