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- adv. In an unsatisfactory manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an unsatisfactory manner.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in an unsatisfactory manner
Though the Iran hostage crisis of 1979-1980 ended unsatisfactorily from the point of view of U.S. honor, a great power needs to get beyond residual rancors.
Taha Balafrej [Fr], recollects his memories of a similar poll held back in June 1997, only to find out unsatisfactorily, that the obstacles to progress that he detected 12 years ago are still standing on the way:
There's also something of a reunion theme, as Pulp return to play their hits, and the Strokes pick up where they rather unsatisfactorily left off in 2005.
The south facade is a curiously flat and blocky affair, only partly leavened by the awkward, two-bay, single-column upper arcade, the unsatisfactorily cinched lower entablature, the four eccentric little ground-floor windows, and the raised platform supporting it all.
Racial abuse between players on the field of play has been an unspoken taboo for too long, an area that has been unsatisfactorily dealt with by English football despite many cases over the past 10 years.
Court records show that his probation was terminated unsatisfactorily and that he was sent to jail after a series of violations, including a burglary in Carroll County and a violent confrontation with police in Baltimore County.
Recently, I have been negotiating a claim for some work that was unsatisfactorily done.
The judge sided with the city, saying it had licensed the facility and retained extensive control, including the right to regulate the times and manner of operation and to terminate the license if it found the restaurant was being operated unsatisfactorily.
The Post reported acknowledgements by various Pepco officers that their company had performed unsatisfactorily in maintaining service this year and for the past several years.
The questions of 'how' and 'why' were unsatisfactorily answered, and "Blue" just didn't seem to receive the attention it deserved.
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