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JUDGE PYNCHEON, while his two relatives have fled away with such ill-considered haste, still sits in the old parlor, keeping house, as the familiar phrase is, in the absence of its ordinary occupants.
He could not chance losing his meat by a hasty and ill-considered rush.
She was, indeed, rather annoyed with herself for having allowed such an ill-considered breach of her reserve, weakening her powers of resistance, she felt, should this impulse return again.
Casaubon himself was lost among small closets and winding stairs, and in an agitated dimness about the Cabeiri, or in an exposure of other mythologists' ill-considered parallels, easily lost sight of any purpose which had prompted him to these labors.
Clara instantly drew the inevitable conclusion from that ill-considered reply.
It was a landscape of Bocklin's beside a landscape of Leader's, strident and ill-considered, but quivering into supernatural life.
They had always been ill-considered, and now worse than ever, having credit with no side or party in the whole country of Scotland.
Some of the strange questions put to me by the woman in white, after my ill-considered promise to leave her free to act as she pleased, had suggested the conclusion either that she was naturally flighty and unsettled, or that some recent shock of terror had disturbed the balance of her faculties.
But when we recollect, in addition, how very cruel and severe it is, and that a solitary life is always liable to peculiar and distinct objections of a most deplorable nature, which have arisen here, and call to mind, moreover, that the choice is not between this system, and a bad or ill-considered one, but between it and another which has worked well, and is, in its whole design and practice, excellent; there is surely more than sufficient reason for abandoning a mode of punishment attended by so little hope or promise, and fraught, beyond dispute, with such a host of evils.
Rather than assess the needs of individual schools and communities, LAUSD superintendent Roy Romer has issued an ill-considered edict requiring new teachers to work in South Central.
In Hoddle's case, an ill-considered remark about the disabled cost him his job.
Rather than assess the needs of individual schools, consult local communities or run his ideas past the school board, Romer issued a secret, ill-considered decree to LAUSD minidistrict superintendents.