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Instead, we have a gung-ho American President inflaming tensions with cavalier language and ill-considered outbursts.
A number of banking trade organizations called the recommendations 'unfortunate and ill-considered.
He pointed out that the ill-considered statements made by Tarek Amer, governor of the Central Bank of Egypt (CBE), about the US dollar's price against the Egyptian pound triggered foreign currency trading on the informal market to rise to more than 14% in a short period.
Mr Smith, who lives in Bridgend, said on Tuesday regarding the "pimple" tweet: "The tweet was ill-considered and I apologise profusely for any offence caused.
There is an ill-considered conjuring trick with eggs.
They were ill-considered comments I wouldn't make this way today," he added, expressing regret for harming the movement, which has taken pains to distance itself from neo-Nazi groups.
Your effect by this stage will be that many readers are so incensed that their support, however ill-considered and irrational, is yours.
Iraq provides a current example: Following his ill-considered invasion, President George W.
Possibly Schaeuble made his ill-considered remark because he was distracted by his holiday preparations.
TUNIS (TAP) - The Tunisian General Labour Union (UGTT) described the Tunisian Government's decision to expel Syria's Ambassador as "hasty, improvised and ill-considered.
The council must also reconsider it's even more dangerous and ill-considered proposal to put a pedestrian crossing at ground level across the ring road.
The application in its present for m seems ill-considered.
THE rushed, ill-considered and draconian proposals by the Government to cut legal aid risk creating misery for families and children.
1998: There were reports that judges had been issued with guidelines to avoid them making ill-considered remarks that encouraged scandal.
The fact that Wincanton did fall foul of the weather still did not justify such ill-considered comments.