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  • Weighed against this, however, must be the chance of being humiliated by a judge, possibly censured, now that the legal system has started blowing the whistle on cases that strain to arrange the ill- fitting garments of criminal law around business defendants.

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  • Kevin Eck suggests that perhaps wrestlers' spectacular showmanship is ill- served by the small tightly controlled space of movie sets.

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  • The letter criticized Flash as outdated and ill- suited for the mobile device world.

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  • Her experience at consumer-oriented companies such as EBay Inc., Procter & Gamble Co. and Hasbro Inc. may leave her ill- equipped to run Hewlett-Packard's business-computing divisions, said Shaw Wu, an analyst at Sterne, Agee & Leach Inc. in San Francisco. -- Top News

  • Ayers said Perry's profile as a social conservative is ill- suited to New Hampshire and that Cain lacks the organization to compete there. -- Top News


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