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The in-the-works HBO/NYC ``Pentagon Wars'' project will turn the real-life saga of the misbegotten Bradley Fighting Vehicle into what might be called a black farce.
Post-telecast, they were followed by, in descending order, "Moon for the Misbegotten," "Dirty Blonde," "True West," "The Ride Down Mt.
Edina's long-dormant maternal instincts suddenly kick in as well, leading her and Patsy back to London and some misbegotten plans for Saffy's marriage to a snobby rich boy.
The NUJP said that the hackers were 'vermin, narrow-minded, misbegotten souls who mistakenly believe that they can silence critical speech and thought in their desire to force people into accepting only one worldview - theirs.
What's misbegotten dies, what falls away is elsewhere, always dimly starred on the horizon.
Too often the novel originated in a misbegotten quest for the imaginary fortune that crime writers make.
Despite lush photography and an attractive cast, this misbegotten mess risks suffering the same fate at the box office that befalls its heroine on her dead-end street.
The woman they involved in their escape plans looks worn and witlessat least as she is marched before the camerasas though some terrible misbegotten romance washed across her life, bleaching away her all-too-strong wish to be loved or to be lovable.
Apparently, crooked officials and businessmen have stolen PS20billion in the course of staging this misbegotten enterprise.
In an article for the right-of-center Daily Mail newspaper, Education Secretary Michael Gove said ''Blackadder'' and other satires had created a public impression of the four-year war -- in which more than 8 million troops and millions of civilians died -- as ''a misbegotten shambles -- a series of catastrophic mistakes perpetrated by an out-of-touch elite.
Instead the new administration of Park Geun-hye is repeating one of the worst mistakes of the misbegotten "Sunshine Policy" of a decade ago.
He wrote that '(Reagan's deficit policies) allowed Bush to dive into the deep end, bankrupting the nation through two misbegotten and unfinanced wars, a giant expansion of Medicare and a tax-cutting spree for the wealthy that turned K Street lobbyists into the de facto office of national tax policy'.