misbegotten


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ill-conceived

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born to parents who are not married to each other

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born out of wedlock

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Competitors from all misbegotten Third World countries would be mad not to vanish after the opening ceremony.
I understand the price for scrap metal is fairly high right now, so the Capital might be able to recoup something by selling off the rails and whatever else hasn't been thrown down the big, deep, derelict holes which are this misbegotten, mismanaged project's legacy.
Edmundson, a professor at the University of Virginia and author, recalls his wild days after graduating college in the seventies: first moving to New York City and working as a roadie, through several misbegotten cross country trips, and finally his work as a teacher at a school in Vermont.
SHAW FESTIVAL: A trip to Ontario this fall holds plenty of Shaw in store, as one would expect, plus some Coward and O'Neill (Joseph Zeigler helms A Moon for the Misbegotten, only the second O'Neill play to appear at the festival--the first, Ab, Wilderness
Their purpose is to deflect our attention away from the real issues involved in the misbegotten conflict in Helmand province.
Wails' songs gain nothing in particular from the dark, slow, and densely layered arrangements they are given here; "Falling Down" is no less bittersweet and pretty in Johansson's version than in (lie original, but this arrangement is so crowded with extraneous instrumentation and her voice is so far to the rear of the mix (perversely, it is even quieter than the backing vocals) that it feels like a misbegotten experiment rather than a fully thought-out musical creation.
Out of a winning Darshaan mare, the colt, who was bought by MAB Agency, is from the family of Prix de l'Opera runner-up Misbegotten and this year's Group 1 Falmouth Stakes winner Nahoodh, who also won last year's Lowther Stakes.
Reacting to the upturn in violent attacks against humanitarians, Laura Hammond introduces the concept of "performative violence," delivering the somber message that practitioners should not be lulled into a false sense of security by the misbegotten idea that their principles can double as a form of armor.
Great soundtrack + angsty ambivalence + memorable quips + misbegotten love = the quintessential Cusack role.
Whatever this loose confederation of misbegotten grudge bearers might have had prior to 9/11, Bush's foreign policy - think 'Axis of Evil' - gave them status and power beyond their wildest dreams, sending thousands of disaffected recruits into their surprised arms.
Stephen Fry, at a speech in London, saying it would be a tragedy to reduce the BBC for misbegotten reasons of ideology and thrift.
I am totally against war, and especially this misbegotten war in Iraq, but I understand why many Catholics as well as other Christians do not share this same anti-war stance.
ACCORDING to officials at the LAUSD, Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa's school-takeover plan isn't just misbegotten or ill-considered, it's "dangerous.
They helped drive the drumbeat that drove almost two-thirds of the people in this chamber to vote for that misbegotten, stupid, ill-advised war that has destroyed our influence over a third of the world.
A Moon For The Misbegotten will become the first Old Vic production to premiere on Broadway in April.