botchery


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botchery

(ˈbɒtʃərɪ)
npl -ries
1. an instance of botched workmanship
2. the work of a botcher
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While Arab and international efforts are seeking to reach a solution to bloodshed and destruction in Syria by the Syrian regime and its Shabihas, destructive missiles have targeted a botchery in Helfaya, killing citizens that were waiting in line for their daily bread," Siniora said in a statement.
New Jersey scored five runs in the third inning, the big hit a three-run, two-out double by former Red Sox third baseman Wilton Veras that followed the first of two costly errors by Worcester second baseman Jeff LaHair, whose botchery of a sure double-play ball loaded the bases and led to four unearned runs.
I began to feel sorry for myself again, like "Fuck, that park looks amazing and my arm is a damned botchery.