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With the world in lockdown, there was no way for him to get home, so he spent his time on the ship’s shoddy satellite phone while making decisions about life support and ventilators.
In 2011, a scathing federal audit of CalGEM found shoddy documentation and lax regulation led to failures to protect underground sources of drinking water, like the issues identified in downtown Los Angeles at the Nasco site.
It was there that he saw the shoddy state of affairs of industrial monitoring tools.
Even when the message is on target and brand-safe, shoddy graphics could still sour the consumer’s perception of the brand.
Our churches as a rule are shoddy and inharmonious affairs compared with those in England.
The wastes are also utilized, being mixed with "shoddy" (wool from cloth cuttings or rags) to make woolen goods of a cheap grade.
A CIVIC BIOLOGYGEORGE WILLIAM HUNTER
Here is a factory in which a great many people are making shoddy clothing.
But why are the people making shoddy goods—why don't they make decent clothing, since they can do it quite as well?
A mattress—a common jute bag stuffed with straw—and a blanket of thin shoddy came first.
THE VIKING BLOODFREDERICK WILLIAM WALLACE
So he stitched and patched and oiled and did the best he could with his shoddy gear, and the best was not enough.
THE VIKING BLOODFREDERICK WILLIAM WALLACE

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