poor judgment

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To my poor judgment he seems to be a gentleman in the highest and truest sense of the word.
I have been thinking it over, you see, since the late affairs have happened, ma'am,' said Bounderby; 'and it appears to my poor judgment - '
You are a little given to skirting the settlements but, to my poor judgment, the girl would be more like a flourishing flower in the sun of a clearing, than in the winds of a prairie.
Equinix announced that CEO Steve Smith has made the difficult decision to resign as CEO, and from the Equinix Board of Directors, after exercising poor judgment with respect to an employee matter.
A spokesperson from the university said: "The investigation has now finished and it concluded that the member of staff in question did not intentionally, or purposefully, behave in a racist manner, but had exercised poor judgment when handling sensitive information.
BRITAIN has been embarrassed on the world stage by Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson's poor judgment over Syria, Labour has claimed.
I made a poor, poor judgment decision as of last Wednesday," Peters said in his Facebook video post.
According to the groups, Richard's actions are breach of the law, and show poor judgment and a lack of understanding about the job.
The party is incredibly disappointed with Ms Atkinson, who appears to have exercised extremely poor judgment in acting in a way that the party has never, and would never condone," a spokesman said.
Cameron cannot stop Jean-Claude Juncker becoming the new EC president because he has few friends in Europe and is a weak leader who has poor judgment.
And while poor judgment and poor decision-making were factors that contributed to the accident, 53-year-old Mr Hopping's use of the drug could not be excluded as a factor that contributed to the errors of his judgment.
It said: "We acknowledge the investigation's criticism relating to our poor judgment in talking to the media following the meeting with Andrew Mitchell, for which we take this opportunity to apologise.