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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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If they were badly off they should have been allowed to dip into the court poor box ahead of St Vincent de Paul.
United would be as badly off as Sunderland whose owner Ellis Short cannot sell the club and has been Rafa forced to scramble for the Preston manager to take charge with nothing having been done in the transfer market.
With various Tax Credits, you might not be as badly off as you think.
The Bathgate player struggled so badly off the tee he managed to find just two fairways in regulation, at the first and 11th holes.
Why, oh why, do you feel it necessary to give people the impression as he does that we up in the North East are so negative and badly off constantly moaning at our lot?
But in fact we're not as badly off as he'd like to make out.
It sounds as if he is not too badly off, and it is a good thing he has been brought over at an early stage of the infection so he can be given good, supportive care.
Then one day he is hit by a small bird making a crash landing; she was heading for the tropics, but had flown badly off course and ended up in the Himalayas.
Walshaw put another good chance wide and at the other end Sean Williams put an angled shot narrowly wide of the far post and Cameron Darkwah set up a half chance for Hopley but he sliced his effort badly off target.
Warne's timing was badly off back then - because within minutes of his damning critique of Cook, Stuart Broad began England's surge to victory in Durham where the hosts opened up a seriesclinching 3-0 lead, with one to play.
We still want to win a race, and I think we still can win a race, so it is not going to be a completely bad year," said Button with regard to a car that this season has been badly off the pace.
Sometimes it's good to remember you're not so badly off.