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IT LOOKS LIKE A LACK OF FLAG PM MAY HAVE GARBLED THIS MESSAGE.
I CAN understand Gareth Pritchard's annoyance at the garbled Welsh in signs at Asda stores.
Don't call him the Unabomber of Art--just count yourself lucky if you get an envelope from Germany, open it, and find one of Brown's delicately augmented and annotated photographs, a mini-frieze, or skillfully garbled letter.
Email and text-messaging have mutilated the English language and force us to look at our lives as a garbled and disconnected series of happenings.
and later everyone was in the streets closer to the garbled neon and
John Buell in "Terror, Evil, and the New Cold War" provides an inconclusive, even garbled diatribe where he not only fails to formulate any actionable suggestions but also has the audacity to introduce his essay by saying, "Osama bin Laden and Saddam Hussein .
is in a working mood and will give your points full attention no matter how garbled your organization.
Anybody sufficiently interested in Garvin's garbled thesis can find enlightenment on page 26 of that volume.
The file shredder's mission is to scramble files before deletion, making them garbled and unreadable.
OK, watching James Lavelle spin records while partner Richard File garbled his innocuous vocals wasn't exactly colourful, despite the lightshow.
We've all seen those choppy streaming video clips with staggered motion and garbled video.