In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- But that doesn't excuse the paper's slipshod reasoning.
- All this accounts for the nervousness of MPs, even those in ultra-safe seats, who may miss their chance in government because of one slipshod campaign or a knucklehead candidate.
- There is no chance of any aberrant project, slipshod project or a project that hasn't addressed all of the issues that we propose should form a part of the guidelines to slip through the system.
- Having witnessed the slipshod management here, it is not surprising the programmes they run result in little success.
- In our heart of hearts we think better of the universe, we are secretly convinced that it is not such a slipshod, haphazard affair, that everything in it has meaning.
- Couldn't see anything in the dark but our slipshod navigation skills managed to see us through till dawn, when a storm broke.
- If another weekend was ruined for the Fifers' manager by a slipshod performance, his counterpart will hardly be able to wipe the smile off his face.
- Fortunately, given the slipshod nature of his ‘scholarship,’ the only scholarly reputation upon which this book inflicts any lasting damage is that of its author.
- The movie took a clever tack - as the crew deals with the perils their slipshod masters have dealt them, you bond with the crew and unite with them against those fools in Moscow.
- We haven't got a clue, but that's nothing some ingenious guess-work, slipshod plotting and extraordinary coincidence can't take care of.
- In the years thereafter Barr kept up an unrelenting criticism on what he considered slipshod thought among biblical theologians and scholars.
- ‘There is a rule stipulating that water tanks should be cleaned twice a year, but some managers are failing to do this and others are only doing it in a slipshod way,’ Xu said.
- One particular area of slipshod practice, at both the federal and provincial level, was taxation (there were many others).
- They also offer some important thoughts about how an article this slipshod managed to get past peer review.
- She also believed that a lot of speech, even on the radio, is too casual and slipshod.
- Managers may groan at the prospect of yet another administrative process being foisted on them, but today's procedures for separating organizations and employees are just too slipshod.
- I also curse my lack of preparedness, preferring in my slipshod diva manner to leave all decorating and shopping to the last minute.
- Sylvester cites an example of two architectural plots recently developed, one of high quality traditional Chinese houses, the other an inferior and slipshod effort at American villas.
- It is because of this slipshod attitude of the concerned agencies that the antiquities and the relics of distant past are easily accessible to not only all pervasive primates but to anyone who is interested to fritter or wipe out them.
- The seemingly slipshod construction and use of everyday materials belies the structural sleight-of-hand employed, and it is a startling, playful introduction to the exhibition.
English has borrowed many of the following foreign expressions of parting, so you’ve probably encountered some of these ways to say goodbye in other languages.
Many words formed by the addition of the suffix –ster are now obsolete - which ones are due a resurgence?
As their breed names often attest, dogs are a truly international bunch. Let’s take a look at 12 different dog breed names and their backstories.