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1. Unless the tests are ineptly designed, removing tests will just remove power.
2. This function is ineptly left to a small voice.
3. In the cockpit she found the droid fiddling ineptly at the controls. "Leave that alone, " she snapped. "I'll do it. "
4. It performed ineptly in the run up to the financial crisis and in refusing to bail out Lehman Brothers.
5. If they are ineptly designed, using coverage converts a big and lousy test suite to a small and lousy test suite.
6. To move ineptly or haltingly; stumble.
7. He performed his functions ineptly.
8. Ineptly,[sentencedict.com] if not stupidly.
9. For example, you might be convinced that government bureaucracies are inefficient because a specific agency handled your inquiries so ineptly.
10. They recall that they reacted very poorly then —about as ineptly as the U.S. government reacted to Hurricane Katrina in 2005.
11. My husband once had a problem like this and dealt with it so ineptly that he managed to offend the smeller without making him change his stinky habits.
12. Second, after the problem had emerged, officials took such a tough stance and dealt with objections so ineptly that the contradiction intensified.
13. Taxpayers bear many risks but credit risk is one best left to bankers, however ineptly they may have dealt with it in the recent past.
14. First, some of the business restructuring of recent years may have been ineptly done.
15. She had drunk a quantity of champagne, and during the course of her song she had decided, ineptly , that everything was very, very sad—she was not only singing, she was weeping too.
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