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  • v. Present participle of bollix.


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  • It takes so long to get the whole truth, ‘nutin’ but the truth, struth, so help me long live flogging frigging bollixing blogging.

    Blogging in Tehran (good) Blogging in Lancashire (bad) « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG

  • I don't trust the state to patch a pot hole without bollixing the job, so I certainly don't trust the state to decide medical matters.

    Defending Your Existence

  • These days, science is telling us that we are bollixing up the planet by dumping tons of greenhouse gases into the atmosphere.

    Postmodern Climatology

  • Like every other top priority, it seems this government is bollixing it up.

    CNN Transcript Jun 9, 2007

  • At the risk of bollixing one of his own statements, the time is very much in joint.

    Mental multivitamin

  • They want Chen there so they can abuse and humiliate him -- and further, since he won't show, so they can blame him for not showing and bollixing up the works.

    Paralyze the Government, Attack Chen

  • Just when you think your capacity to be surprised by some blunder or mishap committed by this Administration has reached some sad apex--so that your ability to get dumbfounded anew has just plain maxed out--you are left sadly awestruck by the sheer scale of the bollixing yet again.

    Archive 2006-08-01

  • O'BRIEN: I'm sorry about bollixing everything up here this morning.

    CNN Transcript Jul 13, 2002

  • That, Gee believes, is what happened to the hapless Jim Joyce, who apologized for bollixing his exceptionally quick call that brought Galarraga's unusually gracious acceptance but general fan outrage - an anger that Galarraga's "perfect" game was ruined by Joyce's imperfection. Top News Headlines

  • | Fri Feb. 19, 2010 4: 55 PM PST report on the Bush administration's torture memos-released at long last this evening, completely bollixing this reporter's plans for after work cocktails-is remarkable on a number of levels, not least the duration it took to put together.

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