fiasco


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one that fails completely

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a sudden and violent collapse

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To me, it's the same thing," Fiasco said on the Hartford radio show.
Those words could apply to the fiasco of the bus lane fines, garden refuse collection charge and the proposed 20mph speed limit.
General Fiasco are surely the best purveyors of spikey guitar pop on the scene at the moment - and a thrilling prospect when caught live.
For me, I'm trying to fight the terrorism that's actually causing the other forms of terrorism," Fiasco said.
The fiasco around the festival is being investigated and the full and proper findings will be made transparent and open to people," he said.
The controversial chief constable whose force is at the centre of a speeding ticket fiasco yesterday blamed it on a 'clerical misunderstanding'.
Kim Alexander, president and founder of the California Voter Foundation, said she doubts that the long list of candidates will spark an election fiasco in California similar to the 2000 presidential race in Florida.
The Wobbly Bridge Fiasco and The ``River Of Fire'' (Where Was It?
Asked whether the investigation was a fiasco, Mr Griffiths replied: 'I don't accept the term fiasco.
THE fiasco of the new national assembly building goes on
Every year millions of Americans attempt to perfect the traditional Thanksgiving meal, but more often than not, fiasco stories are more memorable than the delicious feast itself.
TO describe the recent Police and Crime Commissioner election as a fiasco is to demean the word fiasco.
This Monday at 8pm on BBC Radio Ulster, Across the Line has General Fiasco, Seven Summits and Katherine Phillipa in the studio to play festive classics live, with And So I Watch You From Afar, SOAK, RunawayGo and Villagers all having recorded Christmas songs just for us and our listeners
THE firm caught up in the Scottish election voting fiasco have paid pounds 363,000 compensation to councils.
IT REALLY is time once and fo r all, following planning fiasco after planning fiasco, and dozens of artists' impressions going up in smoke, for this city to put its foot down and recognise the need for modern developments.