Let's say I bollixed
up that approach, and want to try it again.
The badly bollixed
launch of Obamacare health exchanges in 2013 involved scores of contractors and was overseen by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, a federal center with fewer than 5,000 employees.
Covering a humourous W at the unveiling of his portrait, the White House press actually seemed nostalgic for the president who bollixed
up Afghanistan, Iraq, Katrina and the economy - a sure sign that the Obama magic is flagging.
Bankers on the grill: Called to Washington, eight of the nation's top financial institution CEOs, including Lloyd Blankfein, Jamie Dimon, and John Mack, give Congress a chance to vent on how bollixed
up the business of banking has gotten.
What the two have in common is the frequency of failure--though for opposite reasons: Community withers from too little activity; communication gets bollixed
up when there's too much.
I miss the hell they would have given today's bollixed
Republican Party--and the hope they would have inspired that a better future lay within reach.
Worse, their expectations of insurance, versus other things financial, are really bollixed
Now you can see how the Chicago Tribune got that historic "Dewey Defeats Truman" headline bollixed
We get all bollixed
up with uncertainty because we really don't see things clearly.
Also, make sure you protect all settlement discussions so they do not become bollixed
up in the case itself.
We are as bollixed
by this whole issue of why we can't get traction with dramas as anybody else,'' Lyne confessed.
For a time, backward and forward, progress and regression, were all bollixed
And I'll bet that much of what you find at higher frequencies is pretty bollixed
up in terms of phase, especially when you look at phase differences between channels, compared to the output from the original tape recorder.
Why is an intelligent observer getting basic categories in American political development bollixed