unco-ordinated love

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  • Since taking on responsibility for the legacy in the wake of criticism that it was unfocused and unco-ordinated, Ford and OPLC chief executive Andrew Altman have addressed complaints that local people would not benefit from the planned new housing, and sought to leave a sporting heritage in the park.

    London 2012: Boris Johnson unveils housing plan for Olympic park

  • "Our vision is to replace the ad hoc, unco-ordinated system that has developed over more than a decade, and has been characterised by poor quality and too much variation," said a spokesman.

    Child A&E admissions prompt calls for better out-of-hours care

  • In fact, recently a group of experts, under the auspices of a European commission project arch.iarc.fr, has completed an in-depth review of the health-related research on the sequelae of the Chernobyl accident to date and found that, apart from research on the thyroid cancer outbreak, the international coverage is "unco-ordinated ... forming a patchwork ... rather than a comprehensive, structured attempt to delineate the overall health consequences of the accident".

    Letters: Lack of vital knowledge about effects of the Chernobyl accident

  • His comments reflect widespread nervousness and anger in UK charities at the speed and unco-ordinated nature of the cuts.

    Charity chief says cuts could destroy David Cameron's 'big society'

  • But this is a globalised world, where unco-ordinated profligacy by national governments is more likely to generate bond market and currency market volatility than a return to growth.

    Setting a timetable for reprivatisation

  • This means that they might as well be performing their clumsy, sweaty and humiliatingly unco-ordinated burpees and squat thrusts under a very small bright spotlight, as they are covertly watched with vague veiled amusement by everyone else in the entire gym.

    David Lloyd's Names

  • SA Property Owners 'Association (Sapoa) chief executive, Neil Gopal, said Eskom had "unco-ordinated communication" and had failed to consult the property development and construction industry concerning the delay.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • When the decision was taken to close them in the 1990s, colleges were training too many teachers in a fragmented and unco-ordinated system.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Pandor said that when the old colleges were closed in the 1990s, they were training too many teachers in a fragmented and unco-ordinated system, quality was uneven, some colleges were too expensive, and

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • I guess what I mean is that all the energy is a bit chaotic, the movements are a bit unco-ordinated, whether its an invidual warrior's swings or the charge of a whole army.

    Archive 2008-09-01

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