incompetently


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Synonyms for incompetently

in an incompetent manner

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But how did a numerically and armament-wise superior PNA force lose out so rapidly and incompetently to a Hamas force in Gaza?
Articles tracing verses which inspired the public show that the poet is "forced to realise that it is not his work, Dante or Shakespeare, that most people treasure in times of trouble, but grotesquely bad verses written by maiden ladies in local newspapers; millions have been comforted and perhaps saved from despair by appalling trash while poetry stood helplessly and incompetently by.
the letter alleges that "Ambassador Rice is widely viewed as having either willfully or incompetently misled the American public" about the Sept.
Prosecution of the war was concurrent with the grand-strategic background of the Cold War, even if dishonestly devised and incompetently conducted.
Yet this is hard-working taxpayer's money that has been incompetently managed.
The better description of that chaotic and incompetently governed nation is as a haven for Islamist radicals and a deliberate obstructer of the attempt by the U.
Rice "is widely viewed as having either willfully or incompetently misled the American public in the Benghazi matter," the lawmakers wrote.
If Mr Maude had not been so incompetently sack-happy, he would not have had to waste taxpayers' cash on this new recruitment drive.
Then there is the potential to make intelligent use of the freezer - and, no, this column isn't an incompetently concealed advertisement for my clients at Iceland.
It was subject to self-serving decisions by board members, incompetently run by unqualified party-men and sucked dry by the unions with the blessing of the politicians who had turned it into a dumping ground for unemployable party members; there was a time, not too many years ago, when it employed in excess of 2,000 staff on wages and benefits that profitable airlines did not pay.
Such important work that means so much to the quality of life for our veterans can't be handled so incompetently.
As far as this eccentric and incompetently carried-out robbery goes it appears he has let himself down by being in Coventry city centre and getting drunk.
The ruling Justice and Development Party (AK Party) has fallen under much criticism in terms of incompetently protecting women and laborers.
The defeat -- ''a massacre,'' The Economist called it -- marks the final collapse of Obamaism, a species of left liberalism so intrusive, so incompetently executed and ultimately so unpopular that it will be seen as a parenthesis in American political history.
Oracle," the civil suit says, "overcharged for poorly trained personnel who performed incompetently, hid from the state the true status of its abysmal progress, made promises it could not fulfill, repeatedly failed to meet critical deadlines, and failed to fix - but demanded to be paid for - shoddy work.