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The signs on store windows telling us to keep six feet apart were slapdash and scrawled by hand.
In 1975, sports broadcasting was a more slapdash operation compared to the modern era, when announcer assignments are made weeks, months or — in the case of the Super Bowl network rotation — even years in advance.
While the recipe was fairly easy overall, good for late-night baking, dispersing the sticky, relatively scant batter throughout a bowl full of light popped corn was somewhat difficult — but even my slapdash efforts turned out pretty well.
Unlike the slapdash nature of many blockchain projects launched in 2017, Polkadot has attracted elite computer scientists and its investors include funded by prominent venture capital firms, including Polychain Capital.
Balzac wrote the stranger a slapdash of a letter, as he was always doing, and forgot the incident.
In such slapdash, inefficient fashion this young man conducted all his personal life.
ANGELA'S BUSINESSHENRY SYDNOR HARRISON
The craftsman of Irish blood is likely to be a little slapdash in method, and he rarely stands near the top of his trade in skill.
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It is too hurried and slapdash, and I may have quite different opinions after we have calmed down a bit.
I didna gae slapdash to them wi' our young bra' bridegroom, to gar them baud up the market.
It stands out in contrast to American slapdash, puerile-minded pretenses at dictionary treatises on cowboy life.

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