bad track

bad track

[‚bad ′trak]
(computer science)
A disk track that contains a bad sector.
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Chris Eubank Jorgie Porter Brian Friedman Susannah Constantine Tony Hadley George Shelley Duncan Bannatyne Kieron Dyer Yyvette Fielding Lady Colin Campbell It seems that men have a bad track record when it comes to I'm a Celebrity.
Canada has had a very bad track record of human rights and when it comes to the treatment of natives, most of the native Canadians suffer poor educational, economic and social conditions, and are among the poorest members of the Canadian society.
DataMerch LLC is designed to help funders determine if a future client of theirs has a bad track record in the alternative loan industry.
Their stock and ability to sell albums may have wavered over the years - but they've always given us quality material - to the point they've barely released a single bad track - let alone an album worth forgetting.
The engagement of certain countries with bad track records on addressing violence against women puts the very credibility of this campaign at risk.
The next two GPs are under the respective roofs of Parken and the Millennium Stadium and Woffinden said: "I've had a bad track record on the indoor ones, but hopefully I'm going to set that straight.
I've never been to a bad track meet here," Florida coach Mike Holloway said.
Persson amusingly recounts her bad track record with men (which includes a star-crossed sailor, a cross-eyed singer in a bad bar band, an elegant gangster and a customs agent) on the deliciously depraved country-Western confessional "The Grand Destruction Game.
And despite this bad track record, Rossi feels she is Sheen's soul mate.
HBCUs, nor any other institution, can afford to take chances on leaders with bad track records.
However, the FPCCI chief said, the key lies with the government which should do something urgently to stop unofficial dollarization due to bad track record of the local currency and loss of credibility of political and monetary institutions.
Too many in 'Generation Rent' find that their lives can be made a misery by cowboys who can set themselves up as letting agents, even if they have a bad track record or a criminal conviction.