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Raddle

["On the Design of Large Distributed Systems", I.R. Forman, Proc 1st IEEE Intl Conf Comp Langs, pp.25-27 (Oct 1986)].
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Another actress who suffers is the usually fragrant Anne Hathaway, who has her locks cut off and loses 25lb to look as haggard and raddled as possible for her 12-minute cameo as Fantine in Les Miserables but she's more 1-33 than 33-1 for Best Supporting Actress.
withDubai's Emaar Properties, to develop community housing in the conflict raddled nation in the northern Arabian Gulf.
Physically, Elizabeth is raddled, wrinkled and outrageous; at one level here is a monarch whose thinking processes barely move beyond her own gratification; at another, she is aware of the need to protect the succession and she opposes the King of Scotland, James VI, son of a fierce political opponent--Mary Queen of Scots, whom she ordered to be beheaded.
Still, Iggy''s had the last laugh as the (raddled) face of an insurance company on billboards everywhere.
Just because I couldn't quite comprehend something she said in that strange "youngster" language she uses, she shouted I was "past it"; a raddled old hag and a*** mother.
Ripped, smelted, sucked, blown from the raddled earth; turned into must-haves, always-wanteds, major advances, can't-do-withouts.
Which suggests they are either incredibly stupid, raddled out of their skulls or convinced that playing
Bjork doesn't emerge convincingly from the timbres of the strings for example, Richard Rodney Bennett simply doesn't sing very well, and on Randy Newman's Real Emotional Girl, Costello's raddled delivery is so like the composer's that it's uncomfortably like pastiche.
In life her appearance is appalling, a raddled, rash-ridden, freckled, burnt, mottled, bleached and wizened piece of decaying matter.
But the colours also set up a procession of planes revealing the spatial nature of the composition, which, the architects argue, 'is a plain rectangular volume excavated by narrow open spaces conceived as cracks in hardened sand' like the raddled cliffs of ancient alluvium that form the seaside.
For good measure, the Democratic National Committee is turned over to Terry McAuliffe, the President's ex-mansion hunter, who brings the fresh, breezy atmosphere of Teamsters Union ethics to this already rather raddled outfit.