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BAD

/B-A-D/ Broken As Designed, a play on "working as designed", from IBM. Failing because of bad design and misfeatures rather than because of bugs.
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Don't they see that by doing nothing to stop these 10-yearolds they're just grooming bigger, badder, more depraved gangs for the future?
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If you loved Big Fat Gypsy Weddings, then take a look at our feature on TLC's show Gypsy Sisters - they're madder and badder.
I feel badder than bad," said Toon fan Stephen, who enjoys performing scooter tricks at skate parks in Westerhope, Blakelaw and Exhibition Park, and who only last week added a new brake to his green and black Mad Gear Pro vehicle with the help of his dad, who is also called Stephen.
Breaking Bad and philosophy; badder living through chemistry.
As Snitch told ya earlier, the blood is getting badder between supporters of Maggie No Labels and Professor Jackie.
Breaking Bad and Philosophy: Badder Living Through Chemistry" explores the series and its brushes with philosophy, including how it skews the morality of the modern day and the touches on the nature of humanity, drugs, and everything in between.
IT might be the close season, but Mario Balotelli is yet again proving he's bigger and badder than the rest.
Terrapin makes some bad-ass beers, none badder than Hopzilla, their 110 IBU, 100% Maris Otter malt, 10.
So, instead of seeing a Tyrannosaurus Rex, we get to meet far bigger and badder characters that roamed the Earth 95 million years ago like the Carcharodontosaurus, a gigantic lizard-like carnivore with shark-like teeth more than 6in long with which it would slash its prey to death.
If it was not bad enough having his ears boxed off by Wladimir Klitschko, it now appears the Ukrainian's bigger and badder older brother wants to finish the job rather more conclusively and concussively.
BIGGER, BADDER BIGELOW: Ready to prowl the field on Fridays, the Panthers return to the 2011 season with a plethora of big bodies on the offensive and defensive lines.