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dodgy

Synonym with flaky. Preferred outside the US
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That defeat plus shipping four Recommendation Bayer Leverkusen 3pts 4-5 Betfred, Hills goals against Hoffenheim means that unsurprisingly Bremen have the second-worst goal difference in the Bundesliga, with only basement boys Eintracht Braunschweig having a dodgier defence.
He's even dodgier than the film's sense of geography, but the arrival of Butch's fellow outlaws kick-starts the first of several high-octane action sequences.
Nothingmore than a mess of dodgy scooters, steep hills and even dodgier boats.
The rough ride ahead joins other unexpected impacts of climate change, which include dodgier wi-fi and mobile phone signals and even slower marathon race times for athletes.
And contraction of economies across Europe and the US (and consequently now in China and the Far East) is now making old and new debt dodgier. Even that debt issued before the last crisis which just about survived the last three years is about to turn dodgy again.
Honestly, it sounds dodgier than it is." But she was quick to lap up the compliments being piled on her, only to move on to tweeting about the ongoing India- South Africa cricket series.
MOST of the dodgier moments of my life have begun through contact with a man called MacKenzie.
They can at least bang on ad infinitum about winning the World Cup all of 44 years ago, even if it was thanks to a dodgy goal and an even dodgier linesman.
While it is admittedly a challenge to try to define the complex political, strategic situation in the Caucasus to a North American readership, it is decidedly much dodgier when you attempt the same thing with an audience composed of active participants from the region.
Republica got away with a similar sound and even dodgier vocal talent because of its in-your-face cheekiness; Tatu fumbles by phoning it in.
"My refereeing is going to have to become a bit dodgier so that we can get a few more England wins!" Killie had taken seven points from the three league games before Rangers cruised to a 3-0 win at Ibrox.
FOR all the talk of great stadia, dodgy pitches and even dodgier policing, nearly all of us will have been watching the European Championships from the comfort of our own homes.