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lacking dexterity and grace in physical movement

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lacking graciousness

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lacking grace

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lacking social polish

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Her non-apology over her shameful expenses claims was a graceless and grudging embarrassment.
The result, The Graceless Age, on his own Evangeline Recordings imprint, caused quite a stir in the music press with a number of critics resorting to terms such as "masterpiece" and "work of genius" in their album reviews.
Mr Jones, 64, said: "I think the passing of an amendment that destroyed proper provision for people like me was a loveless and a graceless act.
1965: Bryan Orritt stepped into a whole new world of tactical innovation as he became Boro's first ever substitute, replacing Nev Chapman in the second half of a 1-1 draw at Preston SEPTEMBER 12 1903: Graceless guests Sunderland spoil the 30,000 strong housewarming party as they win 3-2 at the first ever game at Boro's plush new Ayresome Park home SEPTEMBER 13 1997: Teenager goalgetter Anthony Ormerod demonstrates his impress somersault celebration after scoring on his debut in a 2-2 draw at Bradford.
The desperate appointment of the graceless Joe Kinnear (pictured left) was an unpopular and provocative move by an owner who is now taking a firmly pragmatic line with a club you feel he would happily dispense with tomorrow if he had a suitable offer.
Both critics and audiences seem to agree on this one: the film has a 12% rotten rating on Rotten Tomatoes, with critics lashing out on the lacking performances, the dumb plot and the graceless writing.
The United manager is rarely gracious in defeat, but this was particularly sour and graceless, even by the Scot's standards.
I landed with a graceless thud, narrowly avoiding crushing a toddler on a trike.
As even the most casual viewer of The Daily Show can glean, Jon Stewart is capable of coupling wit and erudition to corner an interviewee or savage (a video clip of) a graceless politicianthough he's much more comfortable settling into the position of the bemused naif.
My book, Stories About Storytellers: Publishing Alice Munro, Robertson Davies, Alistair MacLeod, Pierre Trudeau and Others was so thoughtfully reviewed by John Bums that only a graceless ingrate could find any grounds for complaint.
Over the years we have come across as graceless, voracious, crass, always on the take," the Mail Sunday quoted him as saying in a strategy document which the paper said it had seen.
Another described the movie as "a coarse, graceless production although there is some fun to be had in watching the nervy attempts of the producers to juggle two moralities for the sake of the family audience.
This is the graceless language I recall in your report in 2005 describing human rights lawyer, Phil Shiner, as an "ambulance chaser" for trying to obtain compensation for Iraqi civilians killed or injured by British soldiers.
Excruciating, embarrassing and graceless was expected.
No matter how small or large the industry, word travels fast when you leave a job in graceless fashion, and on page 34, our "Careers + Hiring" columnist Paul Pompeo describes how James breached professional etiquette (several times) upon fleeing the Cleveland Cavaliers for the Miami Heat.