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dodgy

Synonym with flaky. Preferred outside the US
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Steeleye follow Dodgy B***s up with a UK tour which sees them introduce a new seven-piece line-up, with Roger Carey joining on bass and Benji Folk rockers Steeleye Span Kirkpatrick adding bouzouki, acoustic guitar and vocals.
Among the big names performing at Party In The Park were (from far left) Dodgy, East 17, Louise and Peter Andre
They also seized 5,542 packets of dodgy, expired and unlicensed products -- including cosmetics, herbal remedies and henna -- that were being used on clients.
The Transport Secretary should resign, along with Dodgy Dave and his Eton spivs.
The Amphitheatre live music programme, which runs twice weekly from 7pm until 9pm, will close on June 27 with a high pro-file performance by topselling trio, Dodgy.
There are clubs that are following exactly the Financial Fair Play rules and there are other clubs doing it in a dodgy way.
Available in all good bookstores (and water closets) for those with a dodgy stomach, or the desire to go back to basics.
THAT cheap smartphone could be a killer, Christmas shoppers are warned as millions of dodgy goods flood the market.
Nearly half of drivers have got lost on holiday due to dodgy satnav instructions.
By selling the BoE dodgy debt, which they package up into financial sausages and then flog to the BoE.
It seems like everything which was there the day before Lehman's crashed on September 15, 2008, is actually pretty much still there now: same teetering, dodgy, private sector debt.
But rogue traders had better beware, as Dominic Littlewood and Sheree Murphy are proving to be quite a force to be reckoned with as they call time on dodgy workmanship.