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rude

[WPI] 1. Badly written or functionally poor, e.g. a program that is very difficult to use because of gratuitously poor design decisions. Opposite: cuspy.

2. Anything that manipulates a shared resource without regard for its other users in such a way as to cause a (non-fatal) problem. Examples: programs that change tty modes without resetting them on exit, or windowing programs that keep forcing themselves to the top of the window stack. Compare all-elbows.
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He had been all the time looking for an opportunity to enter into conversation with Vronsky, so as to smooth over his rudeness at their first meeting.
But in spite of the dramatic rudeness which is sometimes of the idiosyncrasy, the true and native colour of his multitudinous dramatis personae, or monologists, Mr.
'Ingratiating manners.' Perhaps you will say he could put on an appearance of rudeness?"
To take any other course would have been an act of downright rudeness, and would have excited remark.
If it were more obtrusive it would trouble me less, for then I could snub him; but, as it is, he contrives to appear so really kind and thoughtful that I cannot do so without rudeness and seeming ingratitude.
Margaret followed her to ask whether Henry knew about Miss Avery's rudeness.
"If you will restrict their liberties, then there might be a violation because if your only reason is rudeness, you can always subject them to violation of the Revised Penal Code," Panelo said during a Palace press briefing.
Rudeness Marilyn, 56, visiting JD Sports near his Margate home in Kent, said they hugged as they waited for an assistant to bring shoes to try on.
Rudeness and disrespect occur in all organizations but are increasingly common in high-intensity, service-oriented organizations, such as hospitals and other healthcare facilities (Flin, 2010; Holloway & Kusy, 2011; Lewis & Malecha, 2011).
CHINESE nationals topped the list of foreigners barred by the Bureau of Immigration from entering the country for displaying rudeness and disrespect toward immigration officers.
Dubai: The rudeness of passport control officers at Indian airports is legendary.
The Mindanao-based association also specified Trillanes' alleged 'abrasive behavior during Senate hearing' and his 'rudeness to authorities' particularly to the Office of the President.