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sketchy

mod. unsafe; illegal; risky. (Alluding to danger due to lack of knowledge.) Why are we going down in the sketchy place on this silly errand?
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Sketchy is at the Patrick Centre, Birmingham Hippodrome on May 23.
As a serious publication, you would do yourselves a favor by not having sketchy or partial views.
Here, Philip Marchand wrote in 1991, he placed himself in a sketchy English Catholic literary tradition, consisting of himself, Morley Callaghan, and Marshall McLuhan, writers connected to St.
State Department planners filled in the details of Roosevelt's sketchy ideas, and this book makes it clear that the U.
Despite the many scholarly and popular books and essays on the Islamic Revolution of Iran and its Islamic Republic, our knowledge and understanding of the new Islamic polity is still rather sketchy.
However, details remain sketchy and a fuller assessment is not expected to be completed for at least several weeks.
It was super sketchy, but it was worth it," Kirby said, "I don't think I'd ever do it again, but at least now I know it's possible.
Everybody has to have been to a Sketchy gig at least once by now.
The plot and back-story are sketchy, and the art looks rushed--background details are almost nonexistent and it can be hard to tell what's going on in some of the fight scenes.
Details were sketchy Monday afternoon, but deputies said they believe three assailants were involved in the attack.
In this detailed biography, Grayling fleshes out the sketchy impression most people have of Descartes the scholar and illuminates his life as a man.
They record their stories, poems, and reports, sometimes adding drawings or animations they've made in Sketchy to create a video cast.
Seed's Sketchy Relationship Theories (How To Become A Bar Regular) is an engaging, entertaining, analytical, and rather knowledgeable guide to the process of dating.
The mixture of a loose, sketchy composition and elements of 'scientific' cartography of actual physical circumstances is a good mnemomic representation of the individual reading of an environment.
THE HISTORY OF black people in Canada has sometimes been sketchy, caught up and trampled in the rush of French, British, Irish and Scottish stories written in the early years of exploration and settlement.