shabby work

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The judges write that"the question of an intern's employment status is a highly individualised inquiry," ignoring the low or nonexistent pay and shabby work conditions common to interns in many offices and industries.
The "builder" had broken a court order telling him to stop ripping off people with his shabby work.
Conmen from a rogue roofing gang ripped off pensioners, charging them thousands for shabby work.
But such difficulty in being heard over the roar of press releases is no excuse for grabbing headlines with shabby work.
Even taking into account the absence of injured batsmen Mark Wagh and Dominic Ostler, it was shabby work on a pitch offering some, but by no means, considerable assistance to bowlers.