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dodgy

Synonym with flaky. Preferred outside the US
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The moral of the story is, if you're a Fine Gael TD making a dodgy insurance claim, don't get caught.
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Brian McFadden, Toploader, Dodgy and Sandi Thom will perform at Sunset Music Festival in Abu Dhabi on April 19.
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
Dennis Skinner, Labour MP for Bolsover, before he is asked to leave the chamber of the House of Commons after he refused to withdraw the word Dodgy, when he called Prime Minister David Cameron "Dodgy Dave" following a statement by the PM over the Mossack Fonseca data leak.
Authorities have displayed a huge pile of beauty products that are just some of the thousands of dodgy cosmetics and make-up seized from salons in the past 12 months.
FOREIGN fraudsters and corrupt offi-cials have been warned by David Cameron that London is "not a place to stash your dodgy cash".
But the Labour leader was accused of a "major climbdown" by hedge-fund multi-millionaire Lord Fink, after he insisted that his House of Commons attack on "dodgy donors" to the Conservative Party was not directed at the peer personally.
But the Labour leader was accused of a "major climbdown" by hedge-fund multimillionaire Lord Fink, after he insisted that his House of Commons attack on "dodgy donors" to the Conservative Party was not directed at the peer personally.
At first it looks like an extreme reaction to a dodgy stew as the rest of the group have fallen ill - but when lab reports reveal there was poison in the pot, Humphrey is left wondering why the victim was the only one to end up in the mortuary.
JOSE MOURINHO has turned up the heat on Manchester City by claiming UEFA's Financial Fair Play rules are "dodgy".