bush league

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a league of teams that do not belong to a major league (especially baseball)

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The animals of the Farm Team dream of reclaiming the Stolski Cup, but the despicable Bush League Bandits have dominated the hockey ice for over 50 years.
The book closes with a blistering attack on President Bush, entitled: "The Anti-Science President: Bush League Science.
The Bush League started this war to take control of Iraqi oil for Texas oilmen.
Goodman is senior fellow at the Center for International Policy and co-author of the forthcoming Bush League Diplomacy: How the Neoconservatives are Putting the World at Risk (Prometheus Books, March 2004).
Singing to a Sunday afternoon crowd at the comparatively modest Palacio must have struck him as somewhat bush league, but to Vargas, who grew up in Mexico City with nine brothers and sisters, the opportunity was not about money, but giving something back to "mi tierra.
McAuliffe is a Democratic all-star, but this kind of tactic is really, if you'll excuse the expression, bush league.
Democrats trying to survive in the Bush League, he said he's "seen happier people in the back of Jack Kevorkian's van.
Third world bush league contingents are deployed and we watch as another disaster unfolds and civilians and soldiers continue to die.
The Post surveyed a host of frozen desert shop operators and found five big reasons why Washington is "a bush league ice cream town," as one shop owner told Post reporter Marc Fisher.
When the Academy of Canadian Cinema was launched in 1980 it was in reaction to the Canadian Film Awards, which were notoriously inconsistent and perceived as bush league.
food sales in the foreseeable future and will soon overtake retail as the industry's dominant sector in the industry, foodservice product development is anything but bush league.
Dick Armey is a "self-described `bush league professor at a bush league school,' squabbling incessantly with colleagues who considered him a power-grabbing lightweight.
But parts of it are hard for American business and its champions in Congress and in the Bush league to swallow; it is still too early to tell what kind of pressure they might apply as the Congressional session comes to a close.
A longtime Twin Cities sportswriter, he is the author of Stadium Games: Fifty Years of Big League Greed and Bush League Boondoggles (Minnesota, 2000).
On top of that he's amateur hour on the grill, fucking bush league.