(1) Books, television, even dear old infallible Mom have steered you wrong.(2) That there is no infallible way to distinguish the genuine cases from the fraudulent ones causes the liberal sentimentalist no particular anxiety: he wants to feel generous, not to be generous.(3) Its record is by no means infallible , but Debka strikes me as more reliable than most, and more interesting than almost any.(4) Politicians must present themselves as infallible , incorruptible, incapable of dishonesty.(5) You need to bear in mind that your judgment is not always infallible .(6) How can we say our system is infallible when this hangs over our heads?(7) Although they sturdily protected public morals by preventing the sound of a toilet's flushing being heard on stage and routinely objected to bed scenes and bare flesh, they were neither infallible nor inflexible.(8) Where humans live pleasurable easy lives, being looked over by sentient immortal Minds who are far from infallible but pursue a life of wisdom and a search for abstraction while tending the human flock in their care.(9) While no security is infallible the cruise lines believe the umbrella of protective measures, those they acknowledge and those they don't, could avoid a repeat of the past.(10) I am not infallible in the judgments that I make but that's what I believe.(11) Papal pronouncements, for instance, are judged to be infallible only as part of the extraordinary magisterium.(12) They've been told in a million ways that incomprehensible and virtually infallible technology is always invisibly at work on their behalf.(13) Of course, I am not suggesting that independent or non-aligned candidates are infallible , but at least we would have some chance of decisions being made on their merits rather than simply on party political lines.(14) Vedic knowledge is infallible , above all doubts and mistakes.(15) Price is not always an infallible guide to quality, though you would be very unlucky to find a poor-quality vintage champagne costing more than Ôö¼├║40 a bottle.(16) The really impressive thing about the post-Christian world is its almost infallible knack for deriving exactly the wrong lesson from its experience.