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not in accordance with what is usual or expected

not in the right way or on the proper course

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not functioning properly

away from the correct or expected course

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in an imperfect or faulty way

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The 100 100s club is a truly elite band in which Amiss, who struck 102 centuries among his 43,423 first-class runs (the 12th-highest career tally in history), is the only Warwickshire representative.
Amiss is a big fan of the exciting brand of 50-over cricket played by Eoin Morgan and his team.
It's one of the reasons why England have got a great record at the ground Dennis Amiss
Known to friends as Declan, Amiss also worked for Fred Rimell and Tim Forster but spent most of his career at Turner's Somerset yard.
Mr Amiss was also present at the another high-profile tragedy, when New Zealander Ewen Chatfield came close to dying on the pitch, but he said players today were safer than ever.
Amiss (right) said: "It's a terribly sad situation with Phil Hughes and I wish him all the best and hope he makes a full recovery.
Pietersen was accused of allowing his unhappiness with the coach to become public and making his position as captain untenable, but Dennis Amiss said that the ECB believed his protestations of innocence.
Elsa Amiss - who is the brains behind Elsa's Organic Duck Eggs - is believed to be Britain's youngest supermarket food supplier.
Prince Charles has written to the owners of the farm, Rona and Nevil Amiss, expressing his sympathy following the theft, Rona Amiss said.
FORMER England batsman Dennis Amiss has paid an emotional tribute to his close friend and former Test colleague Bob Woolmer, who has died suddenly at the age of 58.
Former England team-mate Dennis Amiss remained a close friend and said his death was "a great shock".
They see every corner of these buildings and are often the first to notice when something is amiss.
FORMER England opening batsman Dennis Amiss announced yesterday that he would retire from his job as chief executive at Warwickshire in the winter.
The Americans were equally as anxious to prove they were different to other colonial regimes and that nothing was amiss.
A little editing to pare some of the extraneous details that go nowhere would not have been amiss.