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The Assault-and-Battery business, into which I was now forced to adventure for a livelihood, was somewhat ill-adapted to the delicate nature of my constitution; but I went to work in it with a good heart, and found my account here, as heretofore, in those stern habits of methodical accuracy which had been thumped into me by that delightful old nurse -- I would indeed be the basest of men not to remember her well in my will.
That mood, owing to the spinning traffic and the evening veil of unreality, was ill-adapted to her home surroundings.
First, regulation must have the ability to react quickly: the general law provides some answers, but the response times are often totally ill-adapted.
The long haul of producing up-to-date urban maps for military operations, ill-adapted to operational tempo, is thus increasingly giving way to more automated urban feature description, leveraging recent breakthroughs in payload miniaturisation, multi-sensor processing and big data exploitation.
Washington's policies have been ill-adapted to dynamics in the affected countries.
The financial sector overall is in urgent need of development and is also ill-adapted to the needs of SMEs.
Sir Winston Churchill is quoted with his view about golf: 'Golf is an ineffectual attempt to direct an uncontrollable sphere into an inaccessible hole with instruments ill-adapted to the purpose'.
Outdated laws, ill-adapted to the increasing interdependence of our world and the globalization of labor, are bad laws.
The honour suggests the Queen does not bear a grudge after a speech in which the writer said: "Our Royal Family doesn't have the difficulties in breeding that pandas do but pandas and royal persons are expensive and ill-adapted to any modern environment.
The honour suggests the Queen does not bear a grudge after Mantel last year declared in a lecture: "Pandas and royal persons are expensive and ill-adapted to any modern environment.
ISLAMABAD -- The Medicines Sans Frontiers (MSF) has said after more than a decade of international aid and investment, access to basic and emergency medical care in Afghanistan remains severely limited and sorely ill-adapted to meet growing needs created by the ongoing conflict.
The arid coastal Levant enjoys mild weather for much of the year, but winter often brings heavy rains that snarl traffic in cities ill-adapted to it.