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1. He regarded the young man as feckless and irresponsible.
2. He was portrayed as a feckless drunk.
3. Her husband was a charming, but lazy and feckless man.
4. Doubtless, some are feckless individuals who could do better but simply don't trouble.
5. Glasser still stands in awe of this formidable, feckless man.
6. She's matched with a somewhat feckless husband and has the sole responsibility for a large family.
7. Italian prime minister Silvio Berlusconi was "feckless, vain, and ineffective as a modern European leader", according to Elizabeth Dibble, US charge d'affaires in Rome.
8. Despite Republican attempts to paint them as feckless or job-shy, they are usually anything but.
9. FROM feckless fathers and teenaged mothers to so-called feral kids, the media seems to take a voyeuristic pleasure in documenting the lives of the "underclass".
10. The feckless Yukio Hatoyama, who stepped down on June 2 nd a grand total of 259 days.
11. German banks lent hand over fist to feckless foreign borrowers.
12. The norms of domestic life it set forth drew a clear ideological boundary between rational members of society and the feckless.
13. I attempted to explain the semiotics of George of the Jungle, feckless would-be Tarzan, for ever crashing into the nearest tree.
14. The spending may have been great but it was not being devoted to thousands upon thousands of undeserving and feckless claimants.
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15. Partly, no doubt, the figures include at least some wilful or at least entirely feckless credit misusers.
16. Market forces remain free because of public imagery about the feckless, the idle and the deviant.
17. Among the jokesters were 236 Republicans playing the politics of extortion, and 82 feckless Democrats who fret that Republicans could transform a courageous vote into a foul-smelling advertisement.
18. Frau Merkel is further cramped by anxiety that German taxpayers will revolt against writing even larger cheques to bail out reckless bankers and feckless Club Med nations.
19. They think people who change their jobs frequently are feckless. They believe that the only way to success is to stick to one job, for constant practice in a professional field helps make an expert.
20. But the Taliban insurgency in Afghanistan smoulders on, and it remains an open question how long the feckless administration the West props up in Kabul will survive NATO's planned departure in 2014.
21. They may have given up hope for the base, but they are clearly not interested in getting involved with Kyrgyzstan's police and military, whom they seem to regard as feckless at best.
22. Shops in Worcester, Bristol, and North Wales have also taken to "firing out" bursts of classical music to ward of feckless youngsters.
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