Botched sentence examples

  • Two athletes were killed in the Olympic village, the other nine were massacred in a botched rescue attempt by the West German police.

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  • botched job of Massive Attack's Safe From Harm.

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  • botched everything they've touched is enough reason to get rid of them.

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  • A US-backed coup against him was badly botched in 2002.

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  • It's a nice idea, but somewhat botched in the execution.

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  • The only duff moment comes with a rather botched job of Massive Attack's Safe From Harm.

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  • The name became a byword for something cobbled together, botched together, tied together with string.

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  • Within a few weeks he has killed a guinea pig in a botched robbery.

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  • recuperatealso a professional ballroom dancer recuperating after a botched operation on his leg.

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  • Are you really willing, in your land of extortionate inadequate health coverage, to watch women dying from botched backstreet abortions?

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  • botched the operation.

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  • botched together, tied together with string.

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  • Deficiencies could have been masked with clever characterisation, or visual humor, but chances were wasted and occasional attempts botched.

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  • Lewsey, Tindall, Ellis, Cohen and Moody have all botched penetrative moves by dropping the ball under minimal pressure.

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  • It turns out a botched surgery on her nose and lips were the culprit this time.

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  • This actress may be more famous for her botched plastic surgery than for any acting roles she's ever had.

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  • Whether it's from one botched job, or having had too many procedures done, bad celebrity plastic surgery seems just as common as good.

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  • The plastic surgeon botched both her breast augmentation and liposuction, leaving her with deformed breasts and a rippled and uneven stomach.

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  • If a tattoo is botched on the arm or back, it can be concealed quite easily with clothing until the tattoo can be removed using lasers.

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  • Words such as "actor", "writer", "dancer", "artist", "musician" and other pastimes or professions translate well into kanji, with direct symbolic representation minimizing the risk of a botched meaning.

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  • A woman who claimed her home was wrongfully entered by Jackson and Osbourne in a botched sting operation filed one of the suits while the others came from additional unsuspecting victims of the wannabe cops.

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  • Former Miss Teen South Carolina, Caitin Upton, who became a YouTube sensation when she botched an answer in the interview portion of the Miss Teen USA pageant.

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  • What Russell didn't count on was the fact that he had botched the social aspect of the game.

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  • There 's also a professional ballroom dancer recuperating after a botched operation on his leg.

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  • Blurriness, color casts, faded hues, botched exposures and light flares are all imperfect aspects of images captured by instant film cameras.

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