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cockeyed

Crazy, stupid, or ridiculous. Please don't get involved in another one of his cockeyed schemes—you know they never pan out.

cockeyed

(ˈkɑkɑɪd)
mod. crazy. Who came up with this cockeyed idea, anyway?
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For easy cocking the hammer is the King Cockeyed Hammer with a wide hammer spur and extra width on the left hand side of the hammer spur to serve a right-handed shooter.
While the modernist canon's precision optics remain in need of correction, recourse to the optical unconscious isn't enough; Arceneaux's cockeyed approach to genealogy doesn't purport to achieve clear resolution, but rather renders the chaotic process of picturing a world framed and informed by one's antecedents.
That little fracus gave Loving his familiar nickname of "Cockeyed Frank Loving." And the taunts continued.
Frankie Francis of Pop Recs and Frankie and The Heartstrings chooses Slug - Cockeyed Rabbit Wrapped in Plastic www.slugband.co.uk and I Don't Know by Lisbon www.soundcloud.com/wearelisbon .
National Security through a Cockeyed Lens: How Cognitive Bias Impacts U.S.
DEAR Editor, The article headed 'Airport job hopes raise a few ghosts' (Post, April 10) caused me to reflect that maybe I'm not the only reader who has grown very cynical towards the Post's relentless cockeyed s optimist, rose tinted spectacles, opinion-forming propaganda.
National Security Through a Cockeyed Lens is a pick for college-level political science collections and uses four decades of the author's psychological, historical and political science research to consider key problems in current leadership processes.
This crematory is cockeyed, they've built it askew.
National security through a cockeyed lens; how cognitive bias impacts U.S.
Textured blots of paint sharply translate into cockeyed looks, both the haunting gaze that begs you to join and the icy glare that assures you are not welcome.
I believe that Kings referred to these hammers as "cockeyed hammers", patented the idea, and attempted to trademark the term "cockeyed hammer".
Watchmen's cockeyed comic-book view of the Cold War in 1985 is something else again: Superman won the war in Vietnam, which is why Richard Nixon is still president.
"The play I'd like to see staged in Kirklees or nearby boroughs is called Cockeyed and involves relationships between a group of white and Asian characters," he said.
According to researchers who tested the idea on both sober and inebriated college students in England, alcohol dulls people's ability to recognize cockeyed, asymmetrical faces, reports Discovery News.
rests cockeyed next to the other, not on either side of the head as