stinker


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stinker

1. n. an unpleasant or wicked person. Jerry is a real stinker. Look what he did!
2. n. a serious problem. This whole business is a real stinker.
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One of Gene Hackman's few real stinkers, this 1990 turkey sees him in his default 'tough cop' setting and partnered with Dan Aykroyd's bow tie-wearing, stuffed-shirt flatfoot who - and here's the hilarious twist - has a multiple-personality disorder.
And, no, she doesn't mean one of her ex Russell Brand's stinkers.
Cybera delivers security and performance, combined with 24x7x365 proactive monitoring and management of each store's security solution, removing the complexities from Stinker Store's IT staff.
Chat to other fans about goals as they're scored and have your say about who's playing well and who's having a stinker.
But he also fears he might never represent his country again if he plays a stinker.
Las Vegas is all about the biggest names in entertainment and I have not been involved in a stinker yet, so I feel I am in the right city.
The disco-era stinker ``The Wiz'' didn't do Diana Ross and Michael Jackson any favors.
Not only did the big man have a stinker in training but also on the journey home his car ground to a halt after running out of oil.
You'd think a whole record of outtakes and rejected songs would be a stinker, and a rip off as well.
It led to suggestions from a prominent political commentator yesterday that the Prime Minister privately views the plan for regional government as "a bit of a stinker.
No one's exactly sure which of the 200 trace gases is the stinker.
From the close on that day until the end of June, Serena Software returned an amazing 157 percent -- more than enough to balance out the stinker I mentioned three weeks later," he said.
But the prize for worst box office performance in British history goes to the Gordon Ramsay and Dougray Scott stinker Love's Kitchen.
The gelding ran a stinker on his first run after a long layoff but may well have needed it and has some very useful form in the book.
The Spice Girls' 1997 stinker was the top flop for one in five film fans quizzed by MSN Movies.