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- adj. disreputable
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Disreputable.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not reputable; disreputable.
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Mr. Yamamoto also said that the company isn't thinking about selling its stake in Internet service subsidiary Nifty Corp. In its explanation of Mr. Nozoe's departure, Fujitsu says that Mr. Nozoe involved the unreputable investment fund in talks over plans at the time to sell Nifty.
Can someone google story about McCain 1st wife please so that american will know how unreputable this man called McCain his.
Or will the charade that is vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin continue thru election day and find her on the winning side of the unreputable republican ticket?
Sometimes this practice rustles up the most arcane and unreputable viewpoints.
It's a shame, too, because so many highly-regarding news outlets - and journalists, for that matter - have been turning their noses up at online journalism, trying to pass it off as a fad or even unreputable forms of news that were all about quantity (of page views), instead of quality.
However on the flip side I have come across landlords that are truly unreputable - who intentionally have used the housing bubble and caused the bubble to be more than it should be by artificially inflating prices.
There is no evidence to suggest that they are an unreputable institution.
I feel sorry for the people who are scammed by unreputable agencies and as a general rule of thumb I think it goes without saying that if someone wants thousands of dollars, it is probably NOT legit.
Never give out your financial information to any unreputable source that you do not personally know and trust.
With over 2500 online casinos to choose from, the majority being unreputable she felt compelled to use her experience as a player to give back in terms of online gambling tips and strategies.