foul-up


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a ruinous state of disorder

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Your credit report won't have a ghost of a chance unless you avoid these 10 foul-ups
Gaffes made by North East stars have made their way on to a list of the nation's favourite foul-ups.
Or will it all end in the usual catalogue of misunderstandings and foul-ups? Even if it doesn't live up to the fun of the first film, any comedy that has Barbra Streisand, Dustin Hoffman and Harvey Keitel has to be worth a go.
I persevere and complete the job, but not without foul-ups that plague the worn and weary.
Wings for the A380 are made at Airbus' Broughton plant, near Chester, but the commercial roll-out of the double-decker jet has been plagued by a series of production foul-ups which have slowed the programme by more than two years and added billions of pounds to the company's costs.
With online shopping, you need to beware of scams and foul-ups as online businesses and entrepreneurs eager to cash in do so ill-prepared or with bad motives.
Fans and football players are up in arms over refereeing foul-ups and surveys consistently show they are pushing for FIFA to bring in technology.
Finally, to complete this day of foul-ups a third-placed competitor in the women s luge was forced to delay her final run because a photographer had accidentally set off a hydrant, briefly flooding part of the course.
"When there cannot be foul-ups, then the thing is done quickly -- and not in the course of torture and suchlike.
The loss of a Royal Navy laptop containing recruits' details from a car parked in Birmingham joins a dispiritingly long list of other foul-ups including benefit files, driving licences, family credit details and other personal information.
Many states have had to enact emergency supplemental funding to cover the federal foul-ups. These foul-ups have been caused from the complications of a bill designed more to please drug and insurance companies rather than consumers.
Dow's title indicates that people on death row are dying not just for their crimes but for foul-ups in our criminal justice system.
FRENCH jockeys have a history of foul-ups on the Rowley Mile, but it took a rider with no experience of the Newmarket racecourse to right the reputation of his countrymen yesterday.
Fed up with all the flummery, fiascos and foul-ups? Will you throw up at one more frozen-faced picture of cheerless Charley and Camel-driver whatsername?
"I made three of the biggest foul-ups that any hiker should know not to do," he said.