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The Wizards’ offense was sloppy, but that didn’t make a difference in light of one of their best defensive stretches of the season.
Without it, hikers get “sloppy,” especially when they’re tired.
Maryland’s defense remained a concern, but the Terps were also sloppy with the ball, finishing with 16 turnovers that turned into 27 Ohio State points.
With a healthcare system already riddled with disparities, sloppy applications of deep learning could make that worse.
Eller said the Capitals lost some of their edge, getting sloppy and taking too many penalties.
The enzyme is sloppy and can introduce a lot of genetic changes, Andino says.
Under normal circumstances with limited energy to go around, life would never be so sloppy to discard the byproducts of this energy without first licking the plate clean.
A brand has limited ability to control how it is perceived, but slow or sloppy deliveries can prompt negative reviews online, threatening to damage the brand’s reputation in the broader market.
Engineers and other employees who worked on the construction site, and who’ve since filed dozens of legal claims, allege the city tried to hurry the project along and got sloppy.
HOW THE CITY CAME TO LEASE A LEMONLISA HALVERSTADT AND JESSE MARXAUGUST 10, 2020VOICE OF SAN DIEGO
If you’re playing too fast and you get sloppy, that is a problem.
SYNONYM OF THE DAYAPRIL 23, 2021

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