shoddy


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shoddy

a yarn or fabric made from wool waste or clippings

Shoddy

Materials or standards of workmanship that are of a low quality; slang term for any inferior quality work.
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We want the government to take action against the contractor for carrying out shoddy work and endangering people's lives," said Dr Simon Kanyingi, a local leader.They have also pointed fingers at the government for failing to ascertain if the dam structure had met all regulatory requirements after its completion.
'I am also going to monitoring the same and I tell contractors that I am not going to tolerate shoddy. They must know that the taxpayers, who are the constituents, need value for their money,' he added.
Mr Harris said: "Everything is appallingly built - the workmanship is just shoddy. The problems are unbelievable."
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We know you've got the energy to criticise our shoddy highways until your last breath.
We shall not condone shoddy jobs and abandoned projects.'
'The procurement was made in a shoddy manner and major penalty should be given to head of the procurement and other officers involved in it,' directed the acting PAC chairman.
Best for Britain boss Eloise Todd said: "These are a shoddy mess."
This is to nip the problem of shoddy work done on housing, in the bud.
As people from the town know, shoddy is the name for new cloth made from woollen waste and recycled fabric.
Six victims handed over around PS10,000 for shoddy and over-priced work, most of which was not even required, Newcastle Crown Court heard.
Six victims handed over around PS10,000 for shoddy and over-priced work, most not even required, Newcastle Crown Court heard.