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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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Compared with 2013, congestion in 2014 was worse in 14 of the UK's 17 biggest cities, with Bristol the only destination where jams had eased slightly.
Asked to think about themselves, 42 per cent of Scots feel worse off financially compared with 13 per cent who feel better off.
A new poll, released today by Heart+Mind Strategies, asked Americans if we as a country and then the world as a whole are doing better or worse compared to 50 years ago on FDR's four freedoms.
a worse Work and Pensions Minister than Ian Duncan Smith (e.
Drawn from Mitchell's Observer columns and along with new material, Thinking About it Only Makes It Worse takes the reader on a tour of the absurdities of modern life, from Ryanair to Downton Abbey, sports day to smoking, Poundland to phone etiquette and from UKIP to hotdogs made of cats.
31 a month worse off than before the downturn began in 2008.
Our poll found 51 per cent reckon prospects have got worse for the 900,000 young jobless - just 16 per cent think they are better.
In north-east England, 59% said conditions were worse, while those saying the roads had improved were greatest in Wales (13%) and London (12%).
Professional services, such as accountants and laywers, had expected activity to improve in the three months to February, but the CBI quarterly services survey found there was a shock drop, with the difference between those reporting better and worse volumes producing a balance of minus 8%.
While painkillers would be many people's instant response, they could be making sufferers feel even worse.
More respondents in the transportation, storage and courier services sector, manufacturing, and financing and insurance expect their business situation to be better, as compared to those expecting it to be worse.