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If poorly done, this person may choose not to seek help again.
The only two explanations I can reach is that either the department is ignoring the judge's order and did not create a corrective plan, or it is so poorly done that they are afraid to share it with the Winkler family," Osborn said.
It also leaves a roughly round shadow below the white dots similar to poorly done offset printing.
Was the fitting of the buttplate poorly done on all of them?
There's a ton of content out there, and much of it poorly done in one or more ways.
The two biographical essays (translated from Ukrainian and Japanese respectively) are so poorly done as to be almost unreadable.
Sidewalks of dismountable material have potholes, which holds water poorly done repairs.
It was certainly a lesson in TV making for the Channel 4 goons behind last week's mockumentary UKIP: The First 100 Days, which was merely a badly conceived and poorly done exercise in sensationalism and scaremongering.
It was very poorly done even for that level of the game.
It is a ''one-sided study marred by errors of fact and interpretation -- essentially a poorly done and partisan attack on the agency that has done the most to protect America,'' former CIA directors George Tenet, Porter Goss and Michael Hayden wrote in a Wall Street Journal opinion piece.
Poorly done marketing materials can backfire by giving potential customers a negative message about your value and worth--especially with people who don't know you yet.
The ones already implemented are poorly done despite the large investments, she remarked.