patched-together

patched-together

adj
makeshift; roughly made from disparate elements
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This other group is referred to as 'baggers' and they write custom script to scrape complicated data sets from patched-together federal websites.
"As fraudsters leverage patched-together stolen identities, it is only in understanding the intricacies of a true digital identity that organizations can accurately detect future fraud."
Another scenario includes a game in which users maneuver a goat (why?) Flappy Bird-style through a field of blocks and "distorted logic." It's the stuff of Neopets circa 2005 - except this time, there's awkardly patched-together and heavy-handed metaphors about violent extremism.
Goals from Michail Antonio and Chris Burke helped a newlook Reds side overcome a patched-together Blackpool team, who were only able to name four substitutes, after being robbed of the services of seven players by injury and paperwork issues.
I trundled down in whatever patched-together I had glowed
Cash-starved Town have failed to glean a point so far under the former Sunderland Nissan boss following a mammoth turnover of players since Paul Burton's departure But the new Bedford Terrace manager insists his patched-together team are showing signs of promise which he hopes will turn into festive points against their Northern League neighbours.
Given the patched-together laws, which often contradict themselves, company sales staffs are in a quandary.
In bringing the story to the screen, "Max Manns" directors Joachim Roenning and Espen Sandberg take the opposite approach, producing a visually impeccable, professionally crafted modern vessel that lacks any of the patched-together soul of its subject.
Although at times exercising austere--but not self-righteous--deliberation when unceremoniously sewing a regal yellow silk puzzle piece or Garield's docile tail onto patched-together soiled linen, Jensen now amplifies his use of paint, introducing a romantic instinct successfully balanced by his well-practiced self-effacing attitude.
"Orpheus Suite," 2002-2003, is dedicated to the mythological poet and musician who, although torn apart by Dionysus's maenads, lives, according to O'Reilly, "in the sound of forests, rivers, winds, and the voice of the arts." O'Reilly mimics Orpheus's fate in six patched-together montages, equating the tranquillity of the forest with the quiet of the studio.
A patched-together service of retained firefighters, soldiers and ageing Green Goddesses may not realistically be able to provide adequate cover for that length of time, and further deaths that occur during any strike period will only serve to inflame an already heated situation.