crudely


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Synonyms for crudely

Synonyms for crudely

in a crude and unskilled manner

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The light of an electric bulb high up under the ceiling searched that clear square box into its four bare corners, crudely, without shadows--a strange stage for an obscure drama.
If a supposedly family show like Casualty is going to indulge in titillating, crudely controversial attempts to boost ratings, they should at least have the guts to hold their hands up and say so and not pretend they're liberal, right-on programme makers.
Mr Haynes said: "Instead, his body was wrapped in a sheet, put in the boot of his own car and driven to Buxton where it was put into the boot of an abandoned car, doused in petrol and crudely cremated.
The device provides scientists their first opportunity to dissect the honeybee's complex language -- a language that researchers now understand just well enough to crudely mimic with their model, but which still holds many mysteries.
The IT giant crudely changed the image for use on its website in Poland but forgot to change the colour of the man's hands.
Crudely painted on its sides were the words ``Santa's Fake.
Accordingly, he arranges the most varied genres and collections in his oeuvre in radical juxtaposition, which can be read as an ironic break with the conventions of museum presentation, given the exhibition's crudely built cardboard display stands; its vitrine installations, or "Wunderkammer," 2000-2001; its alternation between salon-style and rational hanging; and so on.
And the game was turned on its head nine minutes later when Darlington defender Stuart Whitehead was dismissed for crudely hauling down Gritton in the penalty area.
Rob Edwards was sent off on the hour for a second yellow and Steve Blatherwick joined him 10 minutes from time for crudely hacking down Stephen Evans.
None of these is evident in the large, crudely decorated metal shed, which has apparently been hired off the shelf from a firm of doubtless worthy, though definitely uninspired, German package designers, Goldbeck Bau GmbH.
It's just a shame the wholesome message - something about being different and fitting in - is laid on quite so thickly and crudely at times.
For more than a decade, different states of hippocampus activity have been crudely detected from outside the skull by electroencephalograms (EEGs).
The crudely made bombs, containing ball-bearings and other shrapnel, were hidden in boxes and on bicycles fitted with timers.
It's psychologically acute here, melodramatically simplistic there, intellectually probing in places, crudely demagogic in others, opulently staged in some sequences and clearly budget-constrained where it counts most.
Among the household accoutrements that pepper Fischer's oeuvre (beds, tables, shelves, cabinets, glasses, plates, and so on), chairs are by far Fischer's favorite prop--whether crudely fashioned clay-and-wood constructions held together by wire and silicone (Last Chair Standing, 1997), found plastic garden chairs slathered with formless blobs of silicone and sawdust (Chairs, 1998-99), or a standard wooden model serving as the resting place for a melted human head made of clay and wax and covered in wood glue, all lacquered into a monochromatic shit brown (Gedanken kommen zuruck 'bitte,' 2000).