be amiss

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Would it not be amiss of the club who we are often told have a billionaire chairman to get them to undertake the full costs of this junket and not the long suffering taxpayer?
It would not be amiss for us in America to pay more attention to the views of progressive Iraqi spokesmen such as Abdullah Muhsin, who is a longtime fighter against Saddam and is now a representative of the Iraqi Federation of Trade Unions in London.
If I had to choose one man to bat for my life, it would be Amiss - his desire to occupy the crease and score runs was unmatched in my experience.
Something similar would not be amiss as it would serve as a memorial for all time to the sacrifice of the fallen and all other servicemen and women who serve their country so valiantly at this time.