People know when to change their names unsubstantiated intellectual hackery
doesn't make the process go any faster.
Most successful pols spend their salad days engaged in political hackery
, always making sure their "future political viability" is kept safe from harm.
Monty" is a thoroughly professional, cleverly written and sharply performed piece of mainline television hackery
The other view is put best by Examiner Head Of News Neil Atkinson: "Clichs should be avoided like the plague" he likes to say, as he strikes a piece of hackneyed hackery
from a reporter's copy.
Nevertheless, we, the hackery
, were keen to hear Gerald's opinion of his wander round a bend.
I, of course, have meanwhile pursued a career through the highways and byways of hackery
Incumbency for life may be dead, but political hackery
lives on in the form of politicians madly hopping from post to post.
Some chaps caught up in the whirligig of TV-fuelled hype, half-baked hackery
, drink-generated tribalism and other symptoms of decadent moronism are excellent cricketers.
I'd like to say I expect better of Denise but actually this sort of hackery
is par for the course.
I can't speak for the rest, but it's odd how Joe Public's suspicion of the world of hackery
seems to be put aside when someone needs a little publicity for a charity event or the book they've finally written about their fascinating Black Country childhood (self-published), or to track down classmates for a school reunion, or a plug for the new shop they've just opened, or if one of the potatoes they've just dug up on their allotment bears an uncanny resemblance to the face of Hitler.