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  • verb Present participle of mismanage.

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Examples

  • Peter Hoffman for The New York Times Nicolas Berggruen has been investing in what he calls mismanaged companies in retailing, media and real estate.

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  • The capitalist class has mismanaged, is to-day mismanaging.

    Revolution

  • Totally mismanaged from the start, which is an indication of what type of leader she is, in my opinion.

    Clinton adviser: Clinton 'willing' to lend campaign more money

  • I don't suppose that it has occurred to you that the war in Iraq, a war of choice that was never essential to our national defense, a war that was based on false premises and mismanaged from the start, a war that has wasted treasure and lives in pursuit of an illusory goal, has done more to effectively disarm America than anything in your or my lifetime.

    The Wrath of Kofi

  • “Games get delayed all the time, but the way this has been mismanaged is truly awe-inspiring,” said Jon Hicks.

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  • The capitalist class has mismanaged, is to-day mismanaging.

    Revolution

  • They said it was "mismanaged" -- will some one kindly write a handbook on "The Management of Women's Congresses, or How to Please Three Thousand Persons?"

    The Woman's Congress of 1899

  • It also indicated that the casinos were being mismanaged, which is where the additional revenue would come in.

    Gambling News

  • She felt, not unlike McCain, that the Iraq War was "mismanaged," but that there was no bad intent, nor any type of "conspiracy" of the Bush administration to lead us in to war.

    James O'Gallagher: Chicagoland: Lack of Experience Versus Cranky Old Age

  • OpEdNews - Quicklink: OPEC blames 'mismanaged' U.S. economy for soaring oil prices - IHT

    OpEdNews - Quicklink: OPEC blames 'mismanaged' U.S. economy for soaring oil prices -IHT

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