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to proceed or perform in an unsteady, faltering manner

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Instead, let's pin medals on the bunglers and purge the truth tellers.
But he is still putting on a better show than Britain's bunglers - only THREE of the apparently strong raiding party made it safely through to the final two rounds.
But Wheaton's reporting ultimately revels the police not as complicit schemers but as pitful bunglers who couldn't even keep track of the rally's starting time.
Still, with the bunglers we've got in control of our society I dread to think what might become of us in a real crisis.
This is just one example of why increasing numbers of people have less faith and belief in the comfortable, smug, self-serving, "we know what's best for you" bunglers allegedly running our country.
Historians are furious after Perth and Kinross Council bunglers approved new drainage and a shed on the 150-metre stretch.
The Welsh and people in the west and south west of England are the biggest bunglers, with 27 per cent injuring themselves.
HOURS of frustration for DIY bunglers are about to come to an end thanks to the UK'S first flat-pack furniture assembly firm.
Stirling coach Paul McNealy slammed his Bridgehaugh bunglers as they conceded SIX second-half tries in a 47-11 hammering by Watsonians.
SUNDAY'S London Marathon will go ahead - with Olympic bunglers G4S helping provide security for runners.
HERE we go again: another foul-up on the horizon, but loads of fat bonuses out of taxpayers' money for the bunglers running the show.
A MAN is being forced to pay for a boy he doesn't think is his - because Child Support Agency bunglers lost his DNA.
ONE of the Tartan Army's oldest veterans reckons Berti's bunglers are the worst Scotland team she's seen in 85 years.
LAUSD Superintendent Roy Romer's decision to grant a secret consulting contract to one of the Belmont bunglers does little to inspire confidence that the district will spend some $5 billion in forthcoming bond money responsibly.