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Later, Fisher ill-advisedly timed the second referendum with the 1913 election.
NEW City Attorney Carmen Trutanich wasted no time jumping into the middle of complex and protracted city problems - sometimes ill-advisedly but always with enthusiasm.
It is safe to assume the most recent event to bring tears to Joe Tizzard's eyes was when he rather ill-advisedly popped his head in a baling machine last summer, a freak accident on which every god of good fortune must have smiled.
Next month's Champions Trophy, scheduled to start, perhaps ill-advisedly, on September 11, is a case in point.
Defiant in tone and words, President Bush made what he ill-advisedly presented as a final offer of his view of that question Tuesday.
DiPerna falters a bit in his approach to kitsch: Kewpie Dolls (circa 1940), 2005, ventures ill-advisedly into overused territory, though Bluebird, 2002, which features a plastic toy bird glaring menacingly from a placid landscape of forest green linen speckled with red dots, is a delightful image of avian malevolence.
Unfortunately, and to my mind like fingernails on a chalkboard, she goes on ill-advisedly to use the English terms connected to the concepts indiscriminatingly.
Not surprisingly, Eriksson tried to draw a line under the entire controversy, which blew up after Beckham ill-advisedly admitted to having fouled Ben Thatcher on purpose.
During the 2000 presidential campaign, Bush ill-advisedly suggested that the U.
In an effort to grow Rite Aid he moved too quickly and sometimes ill-advisedly.
Gray describes how Spencer ill-advisedly attempted to fortify his creed by hitching it to the biological engine of evolution.
Having thus conscripted our attention, Fukuyama does a brief tour d'horizon to show, proudly, that everybody in the world wants to be just like " us:' Citing Hegel, who ill-advisedly announced the end of history following Napoleon's victory at Jena in 1806, he shows that he knows nothing of Marx by alleging that the latter plagiarized Hegel to argue that history would end in "a communist utopia that would finally resolve all prior contradictions:' Wisely, perhaps, he avoids citation here.