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I consider that this is at best ill-judged, and at worst offensive and upsetting.
Explaining why the BHA was not bringing charges, spokesman Paul Struthers said: "While no-one has suggested Nicky Henderson would have wanted to train no winners at the Cheltenham Festival, it is the authority's view that, if the bet was placed, it was ill-judged and inappropriate.
They could earn the same amount of money in a supermarket without ill-judged and erroneous criticism.
Unison, the public sector workers' union, says South Tyneside Council's plans to hand up to 11 of its services to a private sector partner are ill-judged.
Children grow up quickly enough these days without having their illusions destroyed by an ill-judged poster campaign
The company presented all three of the full-evening Tchaikovsky classics, Swan Lake, The Sleeping Beauty, and The Nutcracker, plus Coppelia and a fresh revival of Harlequinade, together with a selection of early Balanchine, and even an ill-judged staging of Michel Fokine's Chopiniana.
The greatest danger to retail diversity, is ill-judged intervention born of prejudice that restricts choice.
Van Sant offers sociological details--some, like the trio of status-obsessed bulimic girls, ill-judged in that they edge the movie uneasily toward the satiric vein of To Die For(1995)--but it is the sustained elegiac intensity, accentuated by gathering dread, that makes Elephant so powerful.
Act 1 takes place the afternoon that Wilde's ill-judged libel suit against the marquess of Queensbury, the crazed father of his boyfriend, Lord Alfred Douglas, has collapsed.
Writing in 1872, Charles Eastlake summed up public sentiment towards Oxford's newest college: 'Posterity may find something to smile at as eccentric, something to deplore as ill-judged, and much that will astonish as daring, but they will find nothing to despite as common or mean.
Other group companies have had more volatile results, and suffered serious losses in the early 1990s as a result of ill-judged diversification out of their core commercial credit businesses.
IN an ill-judged phrase, David Cameron described migrants trying to enter Britain as a "swarm".