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Unfortunately, the business was mismanaged and Amos ultimately lost control of the company and even his name and likeness.
SO YOU THINK YOU’RE A FOODIE?DANIEL MALLOYMARCH 5, 2021OZY
After the bad press, documents obtained by VOSD suggest renovations were rushed and mismanaged.
REAL ESTATE DEBACLES LOOMED LARGE ON FAULCONER’S WATCHLISA HALVERSTADTDECEMBER 10, 2020VOICE OF SAN DIEGO
The 2020 election was a fair and secure success in the face of a catastrophically mismanaged pandemic and a storm of disinformation.
HOW TO MAKE THE NEXT ELECTION EVEN MORE SECUREBOBBIE JOHNSONNOVEMBER 25, 2020MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
They are so simple in construction, that servants cannot mismanage them.
THE OVERLAND GUIDE-BOOKJAMES BARBER
Yet Themistokles, rather than allow an ignorant commander to mismanage the war against Persia, bribed him to lay down his office.
PLUTARCH'S LIVES VOLUME III.PLUTARCH
She would marry Frank Randall; and between them they would mismanage, and ultimately ruin, the farm.
FENTON'S QUESTM. E. BRADDON
I can't conceive how he contrived to mismanage his affairs.'
NORTH AND SOUTHELIZABETH CLEGHORN GASKELL
And yet how sadly we mismanage men, and misuse opportunities.
LIFE OF JOHN COLERIDGE PATTESONCHARLOTTE M. YONGE
Oh, if these blundering men, who mismanage matters so, could but be made to hold their peace!
SALEM CHAPEL, V. 2/2MRS. OLIPHANT
His chief defect was his forgetfulness and absence of mind, which made him mismanage important business.
THE MEMOIRES OF CASANOVA, COMPLETEJACQUES CASANOVA DE SEINGALT

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