bass-ackward

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bass-ackward

Opposite or contrary to what is expected, completely disordered or disarranged, or that which is done incompetently. A playful, euphemistic rearranging of "ass-backwards." That's the last time I let you fix the electrical work by yourself. You've wired it all bass-ackward! I must not be completely awake yet, I just put my pants on bass-ackward!
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WISHAW GOLF CLUB Saturdays conditions were good under foot, but a strong wind prevailed from the east, so scoring was ackward for the players in the Douglas Young Trophy.
Their hesitation stemmed from the premise that It is difficult and ackward to do as acute treatment for headache patients because they have to lay still and calm, with their head down and instill it, usually they can not tolerate it but lator on after defeating this intellectual inertia they decided to give this novel idea a chance and results were amazing.
It is worthnoting that integrating equation (16) directly leads to elliptical integrals which are ackward to handle; thus differentiating yields the following second order differential equation
18 per cent of men complained that is often hard to know when and how to 'lean in' for the uncomfortable first kiss and negotiate the ackward conversation that precedes the moment.
Secondly, it is a weak and ackward regime incapable of challenging Israeli economic and military dominance in the region and unwilling to question the ongoing ethnic cleansing of the native Palestinian Arabs from Jerusalem, the West Bank and Gaza.Aa Thirdly, the destruction of the scientific, academic, cultural and legal foundations of an independent state means increasing reliance on the Western (and Chinese) multinational corporations and their technical infrastructure -- facilitating imperial economic penetration and exploitation.
I've always thought it was a little weird to be pulled in a person-drawn contraption and I felt very ackward chit-chatting with my driver while I watched him peddle away.
AS A RESULT I FOUND MYSELF IN THE ACKWARD POSITION OF TRYING TO WRITE ABOUT GAMBLING WHILE BEING AFRAID TO GAMBLE!
And to those reformers who do understand the threat of foreign compeition, they make a compelling argument against an industrial policy that puts government in the ackward position of deciding how to allocate capital.
Andhra Pradesh had in July 6, 2007 promulgated the ordinance for four percent reservation in the state's professional colleges to several sub sects within the Muslim community, treating them as ackward classes.