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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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I am not badly off and own my own home, but do you think I would be better off in a small residential home where I had company?
We're badly off,'' he shouted in frustration before being driven off.
If I can get another two experienced players in we will not be badly off but it has been a struggle.
Osborne's dire warnings that the UK will be as badly off as Greece if he deviates from his economic plan are wearing thin.
However badly off this country is, we can afford to provide for this grieving mother.
If Gabitat's longevity is anything to go by, they don't do too badly off it either.
badly off at the weights with the selection, Hold Em, at Cheltenham this afternoon
Coming through pre-season without any major injury worries is always important, and while Jim's situation is a disappointment, we're not too badly off," said boss Lee Clark.
The home side cannot call upon eight players and Belford House are nearly as badly off with six players ruled out.
I didn't know all the players when I came in and there's been a huge turnaround and a big change but perhaps we weren't as badly off for players as was suggested even having lost so many from last season.
His comments signalled the start of a fightback by Birmingham Liberal Democrats, who have been caught badly off guard by the events of the past few days.
But he then carved a drive so badly off the 10th tee that he needed another ball.