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service than an out-sourced call centre
It is true that we all lose a sense of national pride and become more dependent on foreign suppliers for energy and goods, often produced for lousy wages in lousier
conditions and with a dire impact on the environment.
Tonight, they need to coax one planet into outsourcing their services to England or they'll be tasked with an even lousier
Crime, squalor, and lousy schools scared away anyone with the money to leave, which led to more crime, worse squalor, and even lousier
The more courts remain without judges, the fewer cases get heard, the more cases get dismissed and the lousier
the decisions made.
Decomposition rates of aspen litter (Populus; Lousier
and Parkinson 1976, Zlotin and Khodashova 1980, Bartos and DeByle 1981) and prairie grass litter (Abouguendia and Whitman 1979, Vossbrinck et al.
The more democratic a university is, the lousier
it is," said Silber, delicately explaining his educational philosophy a few years later in The New York Times.
The president's hand was dealt several years ago; it's a lousy one, and it's going to get lousier
But when Liverpool fail to muster a single shot on goal in 45 minutes, mainly because the service from midfield is lousier
than a rail franchise, it is time for Rafa Benitez to face facts.
Between lousy recruiting and lousier
retention, the department has seen its force dwindle to the point that it remains 1,000 officers below its authorized strength.
Visser and Parkinson 1975, Mitchell and Parkinson 1976, Lousier
and Parkinson 1984).
government does a lousier
job of recruiting than Taco Bell and DeKalb Swine Breeders, Inc.
But that doesn't matter right now, any more than does the question of whether your lousy Administration has been lousier
than Reagan's or not.
Lone striker Ricardo Fuller spent a more cloistered afternoon than a monk, and the service was lousier
than the queue for KFC at a motorway service station on a Bank Holiday weekend.
Worse, the team was even lousier
than the one he left.