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cruddy

and crudy and cruddie (ˈkrədi)
mod. nasty; awful. What is this cruddy stuff on my plate?
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Customers who don't live near a Fort Western Store can still participate in the sale by submitting a photo of their Cruddy Kickers online at www.
Next door in a cruddy apartment block, lives a junkie single mother who neglects her teenage Down's syndrome son.
They're on steroids, but they just end up looking like American or European cities with these anonymous skyscrapers - like every cruddy city in the world," he was quoted as saying in an interview with Foreign Policy magazine.
And as far as cruddy sequels go, we're in Exorcist II territory with this one.
Getting your oil change gets rid of the old cruddy oil and replaces it with new oil so it can help protect your engine.
It lets you balance the speed and cycle of the AR action to the individual load you are using--or adjust for a cruddy gun during a long day of prairie dog shooting.
The glorified witch hunt concludes that no one in the room really thinks Tebow is anything but a cruddy QB.
And most businesses put out cruddy attempts at interaction.
A lot of us talk about how cruddy the skiing was--and it wasn't.
If you're a young someone dealing with questionable leftovers from your Thanksgiving visit - cruddy curtains dredged from the basement, perhaps, or someone's grandmother's faded prized peacock feathers - there's a chute at the end of the hall, or a Dumpster downstairs, that will collect the goods and chuck it.
If you want a scapegoat for your cruddy life, pick on a posho.
It is alienation that we need to guard against, the casual alienation of the perceived outsider that means they can't come into Members without a tie and a cruddy bit of pasteboard, or that they have to wear a jacket at the height of the summer, or have to do the maths of a fiver at 85-40, or that once they've been fleeced on entry they get done again by a pounds 3 racecard.
Just how good no doubt owes to a cruddy outside economy, which Arkansas so far has weathered with a comparatively tolerable 7.
The value of music is articulated by one of Isabel's less successful professional acquaintances, Jonathan, who concludes that "music, art, was the last good thing in a world cruddy with greed and big power and money.
And just about every cruddy horror film franchise started in the 1970s and '80s has profited in recent years from a slicker, back-to-square-one revamp.