How To Use Botch In A Sentence

  • The commission may come up with a new plan for overseeing the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, which is accused of botching its end of the case. Peace, order and good government, eh?: December 2004 Archives
  • We must have botched the first task, because we've certainly bungled the second.
  • It is a silly idea and he has botched it.
  • We talked earlier about the computer marketing firm that had badly botched one of its first major corporate sales.
  • Once primarily limited to intergang violence, the bloodshed of the city’s drug trade began spilling onto the streets of the border city in July 1997, when, at the age of forty-two, Amado Carrillo Fuentes died during a botched cosmetic surgery procedure in Mexico City, supposedly designed to change his appearance to evade law enforcement. THE DAUGHTERS OF JUÁREZ
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  • But the police have also been accused of badly botching the investigation.
  • The actor botch botched ( ie forgot or stumbled over ) his lines.
  • I am useless when it comes to subterfuge or breaking rules and I botched the entire mission right royally.
  • Chip Caray infuriated a lot of baseball fans this October on TBS, sparking jokes as he described seemingly every hit as "fisted," and completely botching a call in the 10th inning of the AL Central one-game playoff, when he screamed, "Line drive, base hit!" on a screamer by Nick Punto that Tigers left fielder Ryan Raburn caught before throwing home to nail Alexi Casilla at the plate and keep the game going. NY Daily News
  • We botched our first attempt at wallpapering the bathroom.
  • LAS VEGAS (AP) - Authorities say a 95-year-old Las Vegas woman has died of injuries she suffered when she was attacked in a botched purse-snatching outside a supermarket. KOLO - HomePage - Headlines
  • I've just made an awful botch of my translation.
  • In the opener, they meet a family who lost a fortune after a builder botched a job and fled with the cash. The Sun
  • But after eight years of a botched military solution that has cost the United States hundreds of billions of dollars, thousands of lives and no appreciable decrease in adherents to terrorist organizations, I think it’s well past time that we closed the book on the “post-9/11 mentality.” The Detroit Bomber and the Post-9/11 Mentality | Heretical Ideas Magazine
  • Caught in a whirlwind of high times, hard drugs and harder comedowns, the singer made a botched suicide attempt and began to overdose on a regular basis.
  • Local malfeasant with cartoon middle name such as "the librarian", "the landscape gardener" or "the ticket inspector" botches a hit and has to get out of town for a while. 2010 – a Mourinho of a year, a special one | Kevin McKenna
  • Say so, did not the general run then? were not that a botchy core? Act II. Scene I. Troilus and Cressida
  • He tried to jump over the rail,but he botched it and twisted his ankle.
  • And those byles did run (say so), did not the gene-rall run then, were not that a botchy core. The Historie of Troylus and Cresseida (1609 Edition)
  • BUNGLING firemen blasted an escaped red panda 40ft out of a tree in a botched rescue bid. The Sun
  • The faces he recognized were those of the laziest and most incapable workmen in the town -- men whose weekly wages were habitually docked for drunkenness, late hours, and botchy work. The Bread-winners A Social Study
  • Second, a more plausible critique of eurozone diplomacy says that the deal is botched. Times, Sunday Times
  • She botched up the job thoroughly.
  • TALLAHASSEE | An investigator has been fired and four other Tallahassee police officers were suspended without pay for two weeks for their roles in a botched drug sting that led to the death of a young informant. News | LL | http://www.theledger.com
  • Soccer shoots-out make good theatre, too often arriving after highly-paid players have made a total botch of getting a result.
  • The team routinely extends opponents' innings by not reaching playable balls or botching plays that are ruled as hits.
  • But it was just silly to have such similar situations — of course some worked in sawmills, and some were part-time farmers and mill workers, and I've forgotten what the third was (there were three main industries) — and it would have looked just too botchy, you know, too sparse each one, too sparse or repetitious. Oral History Interview with Harriet Herring, February 5, 1976. Interview G-0027. Southern Oral History Program Collection (#4007)
  • The same protection is accorded to a casual letter or an entry in a diary and to the most valuable poem or essay, to a botch or daub and a masterpiece.
  • In a classic botch-up, the grass at the River Plate Stadium had been liberally sprinkled with sea water, the grass dying in the heat.
  • The club had a dropped pass on a flea flicker, a botched fake punt in its own territory and a halfback option pass intercepted in the end zone in its first four games.
  • But he botched the job. Times, Sunday Times
  • He owes it to Parliament to get his legislation right, and not to continuously expect ratepayers to pick up the bill for his botch-ups.
  • The 23-year-old claims cops botched their investigation into her disappearance at the age of ten. The Sun
  • A lousy musical performance would be problematic; but a botched dance move would be complete and total career suicide, as the expression of wall-eyed panic on her face clearly illustrated.
  • The problem is, he's not a very good one, and finds himself in the clink after a botched attempt to steal a car.
  • Childe Harold" or "Don Juan," despite Swinburne's accusation of botchery, they would see that he really had very little time to be wicked. Without Prejudice
  • It is incontrovertibly a blooming great tune and it lies buried in the bubble wrapping of a botched piano concerto.
  • He's apologizing for what he calls a botched joke and he says he regrets saying anything negative about those in uniform. CNN Transcript Nov 2, 2006
  • Comin 'received terrific reviews and strong sales, despite Earle's claim that the label botched the album's song sequence. Undefined
  • As he goes through the daily grind of meetings he has the horror of botched operations or shoddy care still in his mind. Times, Sunday Times
  • The only loosening occurs with a late botched suicide attempt, the result of depression after Cissy's death.
  • In fact, it is a disgraceful idea, an appalling, short-term botch that would set a horrible precedent. Football.co.uk news feed
  • Cheaper, botched fakes were sold or sharewared to low-level gangs of boodler wannabes. The Hacker Crackdown
  • The concert was very badly organized. In fact, the whole thing was a real botch-up.
  • Why did he need to "botch" a joke about the president? Sound Politics: "Cantwell Doesn't Care"
  • The "gallant failure" had been the biggest botch since the Kabul Retreat, thanks to the idiot Maximilian, who was damned if he'd be rescued, so there, and I'd come off by the skin of my chattering teeth and the good offices of that gorgeous little fire-eater, Princess Aggie Salm-Salm, and Jesus Montero's gang of unwashed bandits who were on hand only because Jesus thought I knew where Montezuma's treasure was cached, more fool he. Watershed
  • The Grammy winner, 30, botched the lyrics, mistakenly singing "what so proudly we watched, at the twilight's last reaming" instead of "o'er the ramparts we watched, were so gallantly streaming. Christina Aguilera Fumbles the Lyrics, Black Eyed Peas Light Up Super Bowl XLV
  • The roll of shame includes medics who made fatal misdiagnoses, botched operations, fiddled expenses and attempted theft. The Sun
  • Why is the valorization of a contingency beyond necessity, as we'll see Agamben defining it, not routed back through the heightened literary convolutions of "phonetic spelling" after all, in instances more ambitious and self-searching than that of Stoker's Cockney botcher? Phonemanography: Romantic to Victorian
  • You've probably made a botch - up of repairing the computer.
  • But since the botched operation it's been just cuddles. The Sun
  • The builders really botched up our patio.
  • The Republican party is in a rage so violent that it looks like a repeated, botched attempt at hari-kari. Michael Brenner: For Whom Does the Bell Toll?
  • We all know that operations can be botched and drugs can fail; but we also suspect that delay is not good for us. Times, Sunday Times
  • The funding was withdrawn after they botched up the first stage of the research.
  • And he kind of botches his attempt and he staggers into his old house, which he figures is abandoned, and he opens his door and he hears his mother calling him from upstairs. CNN Transcript Sep 26, 2006
  • By blood, frogs, and lice; by flies, death, botch and blain; [614] "Everyman," with other interludes, including eight miracle plays
  • The ensuing litany of botched deals, double-crosses and macho showdownery is complicated and, ultimately, exhausting.
  • He tried to repair my computer,but he really botched it up.
  • To understand just how far astray an institution can go in the name of modernization and expansion, one need only consider the recent botched redesigns of New York's Morgan Library & Museum and Brooklyn Museum. Modernizing the Academy
  • The term tailor is locally employed for a bungler, a botcher, or a clumsy fellow, and these meanings have been suggested in the passage quoted. VERBATIM: The Language Quarterly Vol XII No 3
  • Eve ( Bell ) is a sexy assassin who kills without remorse - until one botched hit changes everything.
  • Gary gets an interview for an OSI accounting position but he is rejected because he botches a conversation with the Human Resources director, AGENT ORANGE. Superhero Nation: how to write superhero novels and comic books » How to Write a Novel Synopsis
  • You suspect that they probably had a good old gossip about how the blokes botched up the Brexit referendum. Times, Sunday Times
  • In my experience, this crowd tends to have botchy skin and threadbare beards and read too much =any Ayn Rand. NO BASEBALL HATS!!
  • The 28-year-old Scot, who started fifth on the grid at the 1.5-mile circuit near Tokyo, was left rueing the botch-up, which he believes cost him the first oval win of his career.
  • A botched promotional campaign offering free trips allowed passengers to take the company for a ride and a problematic payment system led to rejected credit cards. Times, Sunday Times
  • It's like being a botched car with good paintwork. Times, Sunday Times
  • The concert was very badly organized. In fact, the whole thing was a real botch-up.
  • Still it made him tired, unaccountably so, weary of travel and botched plans, filled with a mopish longing for the journey to end, not just in Urumchi, but the entire expedition back to Hong Kong, back to Taipei, and then the long transpacific flight back to the United States and his inevitable return to Red Bud, Illinois. Heaven Lake
  • Either there's an editorial boo-boo in the second paragraph or I'm guessing someone really botched the Thanksgiving dinner at the White House! steve Pres. Obama cheers on brother-in-law at basketball game
  • ” It was the usual thing among bourgeois intelligentzia to refer to the Soviets of Workers’ Deputies (Rabotchikh Deputatov) as Sabatchikh Deputatov—Dogs’ Deputies. Chapter 1. Background
  • The programme is still in its infancy, but already the implementation of smart meters seems rather botched. Times, Sunday Times
  • Every ounce of charm had been removed in a botched 1950s remodel.
  • The racial epithet is a botched way of advancing a deep ideological necessity for Al Qaeda: to keep its narrative going, Zawahiri has to define Obama as not authentically American. You Hurt Yourself | ATTACKERMAN
  • The funding was withdrawn after they botched up the first stage of the research.
  • And those boils did run? say so: did not the general run then? were not that a botchy core? Troilus and Cressida
  • The mechanic tried to repair my car, but he really botched it up.
  • Another possibility is that it intended to provide a warning, but botched the job.
  • Here's a blogging award-winner, suggesting "a few minutes of combustive companionship in a two-seater" for another blogger who dared call for a "rational and measured" response to the botched bombing. Muslims
  • There's no room for any more botch-ups.
  • But his reign will be remembered for a string of costly, high-profile botched operations. The Sun
  • Prosecutors said the alleged military death squad mistakenly killed 15 civilians during a botched raid at a neighborhood barbecue in Lima.
  • She could have been saved had the rescue not been botched. Times, Sunday Times
  • These failures caused the stimulus enacted in February 2009 to be botched in both in its design and its administration, resulting in the discrediting of deficit spending as a response to depression.
  • But he botched the job. Times, Sunday Times
  • If it is the latter, the botched rescue of the troubled bank will be remembered as its symbol. Times, Sunday Times
  • Late on the evening of June 20, just thirteen days after the botched rescue, four boats slipped away from berths at the navy pier in Zamboanga City and steered north along the coastline. Jihadists in Paradise
  • Mobley initially was charged with murder by York police, but 16th Circuit Solicitor Kevin Brackett dropped the charge soon after lamenting what he called a botched investigation by the department. The Herald | HeraldOnline.com - Front
  • He tried to repair my computer,but he really botched it up.
  • And Martin's character — this well-intentioned head of the firm — botches it up. How I Met Your Mother Scoop: Barney's Epic Wedding and How Ted Got His Groove Back
  • In 2010, the themes were Tiger Woods's feckless efforts to rebound from scandal, Dustin Johnson's final-round botches in two majors, and the U.S. Ryder Cup team's disappointing loss in Wales. Why 2011 Was a Good Year for Golf
  • The mechanic tried to repair my car, but he really botched it up.
  • Our senior commissioning editor had flagged at least one place where a table had been botched in the printout.
  • He was leading after five events, but botched his floor exercise in the final rotation.
  • There were so many botch-ups by the Opposition when it was in Government, but scrapping the Apprenticeship Act had to be the worst.
  • She could have been saved had the rescue not been botched. Times, Sunday Times
  • The tone veers from serious to comic horror at this point and encompasses several botched (and occasionally very funny) attempts to exorcise the ghost.
  • When we mouth off or botch it, they see us as the Dalton Boys, bullying goons who never learn.
  • Barber said that losing three fumbles in a game of that magnitude and nearly botching a handoff exchange with Collins in overtime no doubt will stick with him despite the celebratory feeling in the locker room.
  • I'm afraid the unexpected accident may botch up the dinner tonight.
  • The Google accord may make Yang more vulnerable in a proxy fight against billionaire investor Carl Icahn, who says Yang botched the Microsoft negotiations.
  • And the few cases where the government had real evidence have been badly botched.
  • Is that a "botch" or something called a paraphrase? What's the most famous Barack Obama quote?
  • All the charges stem from Conoline's refusal to cooperate with an investigation into a botched Dec. 7 drug bust.
  • It's disconcertingly riddled with inconsistent spellings, clunky syntax and other editing botches.
  • The Saltires are doing a fantastic job against the counties just now, and the last thing Scottish cricket needs is a botch-up like this.
  • United botched yet another deal and threw millions down the drain. The Sun
  • We all know that operations can be botched and drugs can fail; but we also suspect that delay is not good for us. Times, Sunday Times
  • They want shabbily compensated, compulsory labor as a means of delaying a reckoning for imperial botchery. Stop Me Before I Vote Again
  • Following a 40-minute rain delay, Robinson Cano slashed a double to left, then stole third on a botched pickoff attempt. Jeter Tallies Four Hits in Win
  • I'm afraid the unexpected accident may botch up the dinner tonight.
  • But he botched the job and survived. Paul VI - The First Modern Pope
  • The stupid thief labeled the bag in a permanent marker, one of those botched jobs that I'm sure she'll regret.
  • He completely botched up the interview.
  • Do the benefits (slightly lower rates of penile cancer, eliminating the risk of phimosis, smaller risk of HIV contraction though that can be greatly minimized with condom use) outweigh the risks (a botched circumcision, somewhat less penile sensitivity)? Just a Bit Off the Top
  • It is a pity that with that botchery (chapuceria), that ridiculous attitude which is incompatible with the dignity of the position, Mr. Kennedy sounded that sour note and dropped a stain on an action which was motivated by a lofty humanitarian spirit. 4TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE CUBAN REVOLUTION
  • Her blonde hair may be a slightly botched job from a dodgy salon in Cannes, but she doesn't like her roots showing.
  • The task might have been botched by a less savvy salesperson, who might have treated it like just another sales call.
  • The hat trade grew so that sometimes there were six rather botchy little bonnets all done up in yellow paper pyramids with a pin at the top, awaiting their future wearers. Half Portions
  • Does the prospect of laboratory botch-ups during the engineering of bio-electrolysis bacteria worry you?
  • Botched handiwork by incompetent tradesmen is costing Britons millions of pounds, a new survey claims today.
  • He emerged from the foothills of a botched coup neurotic about the whisperers.
  • But that wears off quickly, right around the time Orko ™ botches his bazillionth spell and makes a mess. Current Movie Reviews, Independent Movies - Film Threat
  • It will face some difficulties, not least because it has been, and will probably continue to be, so badly botched by so many along the way.
  • The TNT people who botched this opportunity to create quality television are sentenced to watch endless repeats of Cletus Done Got His Hand Mangled In The Cotton Gin Agin, or whatever the hell they show on that network now.
  • He was discharged in 1948 after an accident and a botched operation cost him the sight in his left eye. Times, Sunday Times
  • It follows the police investigation into a botched operation that has left two police officers and a key witness dead. Times, Sunday Times
  • Who could have known the administration would botch it so badly?
  • All the charges stem from Conoline's refusal to cooperate with an investigation into a botched Dec. 7 drug bust.
  • IV. i.60 (228,3) [This ruffian hath botch'd up] I fancy it is only a coarse expression for _made up_, as a bad taylor is called a _botcher_. and to botch is to make clumsily. Notes to Shakespeare — Volume 01: Comedies
  • We talked earlier about the computer marketing firm that had badly botched one of its first major corporate sales.
  • American officials refused to apologise for the botched raid on Syria. Times, Sunday Times
  • She hadn't written about a painter since her ill-timed Picasso profile in I939, which she thought she'd ultimately botched. ISAAC CAMPION
  • The conduct of the police in the first, clearly botched, investigation needs to be subjected to careful examination. Times, Sunday Times
  • Having botched the attempt, and learnt Cleopatra was still alive, he is supposed to have been carried to the mausoleum and winched by the women up through a window to expire after a fine speech in his lover's arms.
  • They hurried, and botched the job. Times, Sunday Times
  • It's more like several mini-sequences: the botched hijacking, Brian and Dominic's square-off with the Asian punks, and their final confrontation.
  • He continually botches our relationships with our allies, pals around with banana republic dictators and was 100% wrong on the ousting of Honduras's former president. Obama encourages 'common-sense' steps against H1N1 virus
  • I documented lots of Kevin Madden's goofs, gaffs, pratfalls, moments of disfluency, attempts to botch even the simplest of messages, and naive and transparent lies on my "who is Willard Milton Romney" blog. Race42008.com
  • In the end, it's hard to tell if Moving Malcolm is a botched look at the pain of love, the gravity of death, or the bonds created by a retarded family member.
  • Monmouth himself was captured, and executed by a headsman who botched his job.
  • Recently we have seen some good developments but we have also seen some botched piecemeal developments.
  • Defense lawyers are arguing that the police botched the investigation.
  • The only loosening occurs with a late botched suicide attempt, the result of depression after Cissy's death.
  • We begin with a violent and botched jewellery heist in downtown Tehran; then the action backtracks to show the robbers' lives, and how they got into this mess.
  • Sheep farmers have been struggling really hard and we do not need a botch-up of this sort to affect the sales we have got at the moment.
  • The funding was withdrawn after they botched up the first stage of the research.
  • I don't know what was going on today downtown - I was in the Roncesvalles Village district of Toronto this morning for an acupuncture appointment (a botched episode of planning ... they booked me in for YESTERDAY, not today ... grr ...) and the local bakeries were crammed full of people! Archive 2008-12-01
  • a botchy piece of work
  • She didn't get off to a good start with a botched explanation of why giving Salman Rushdie a knighthood was a bad idea. Question Time
  • You suspect that they probably had a good old gossip about how the blokes botched up the Brexit referendum. Times, Sunday Times
  • prison Thursday for what he called the sadistic killing of two students who were bound, tortured and stabbed to death in a London apartment last students after a botched burglary turned into a horrific bloodbath. WN.com - Photown News
  • Local malfeasant with cartoon middle name such as "the librarian", "the landscape gardener" or "the ticket inspector" botches a hit and has to get out of town for a while. 2010 – a Mourinho of a year, a special one | Kevin McKenna
  • A spate of ministerial resignations, followed by a horribly panicked and botched reshuffle, is another piece of evidence.
  • BANGKOK—Thai police said they were searching for a fifth suspect in this week's alleged botched terrorism plot in Bangkok, while local security forces increased security checks in heavily touristed areas of the city. Thai Police Widen Search for Iranians
  • You know you've botched up the job when the only response you get to a ransom note is: yep, you can keep 'em.
  • He faces 20 allegations including drinking alcohol while on call, botched surgery and bungled use of equipment.
  • Ballet in two acts with choreography by Ivanov, libretto by Petipa, music by Tchaikovsky, and designs by M. I. Botcharov, K. Ivanov, and I. Vsevolojsky.
  • The victims of the botched raid also had their origins in Bangladesh. Times, Sunday Times
  • I'm afraid the unexpected accident may botch up the dinner tonight.
  • But he botched the job and survived. Paul VI - The First Modern Pope
  • Three bumbling French thieves with a history of botching jobs (badly) are given one last chance to make good with their boss.
  • I'm afraid the unexpected accident may botch up the dinner tonight.
  • To expect Parliament to rush through complex legislation of this sort will result only in botch-ups, more amendments, and more problems in the administration of this important area of law.
  • POTUS Jr. began the speech well, just as Greg had drafted it, making sure to butcher a phrase and botch pronunciation for that proven populist posture. Grand Heads for America: A Fable of Exceptionalism
  • Sadly, the implementation process has been a saga of one botch-up after another.
  • Bunting even botches an attempt by his wife to reconcile, abstracting himself from the romance of the moment in pursuit of a dry, theoretical point.
  • As the ship came to rest half submerged on its side, yards from the coast of the island of Giglio late on Friday, anger rose among the thousands of passengers who had swum or been ferried and flown to safety over what they described as a botched evacuation by crew members who panicked. The Guardian World News
  • A handshake, with no thrill of love in it such as might have furnished her palm, at least, some memories to dwell upon; a few stilted words of leave-taking; a halting, meaningless sentence or two about his "botch" of life -- then he walked away from the Wentworth doorstep. Homespun Tales
  • A police officer was shot through the shoulder while chasing a suspect after a botched raid. Times, Sunday Times
  • Now, of course, you're talking about botched jobs by those surgeons, or they may not indeed be surgeons.
  • Two Latvian anarchists hold out for seven hours in a gun battle with more than 200 armed police following a botched robbery at a jeweller's shop in Houndsditch.1912 Sylvia Pankhurst, left, forms the East London Federation of Suffragettes1915 Aerial bombing comes to London with a Zeppelin raid dropping incendiaries on Shoreditch, Spitalfields, Stepney, Stratford and Leytonstone1936 The battle of Cable Street. How power, money and art are shifting to the East End
  • Everyone else needs at least five botched attempts. Times, Sunday Times
  • This bill attempts to deal with some of those problems, and some of those attempts represent completely botched jobs.
  • I hate having builders botch up repairs on my house.
  • Claire made an impact because she hated the conspiracy of silence: the sort of silence that had allowed her to endure an abusive childhood; the silence that meant, as a 17-year-old nursing cadet, she was tasked with laying out the body of a girl her own age who had died of septicaemia caused by a botched backstreet abortion. Claire Rayner: A sane voice that helped people make sense of the knotty complications of their sexual lives
  • They hurried, and botched the job. Times, Sunday Times
  • His mother has just been jailed for her part in a botched robbery. Times, Sunday Times
  • We must have botched the first task, because we've certainly bungled the second.
  • I'm not going to say that you've made such a monumental botch-up of this parliament that it has damaged the Labour Party, Scotland, and the whole United Kingdom.
  • The conduct of the police in the first, clearly botched, investigation needs to be subjected to careful examination. Times, Sunday Times
  • Most of the victims were killed during a botched rescue attempt. Times, Sunday Times
  • The programme is still in its infancy, but already the implementation of smart meters seems rather botched. Times, Sunday Times
  • I personally think it's slightly more likely than not that he meant to joke about Bush and did indeed "botch" the joke. Is Kerry obsolete yet?
  • The 23-year-old claims cops botched their investigation into her disappearance at the age of ten. The Sun
  • At first hand it was a testament to the marvels of medical science; botched experiments and bad reactions of the recent kind are an extreme, almost freakish, rarity.
  • I told him the literal translation, but knew he would find it too wordy compared to the English phrase, and this was evident in his botched attempt to say it himself.
  • He declined to comment on suggestions that the first attempt had been botched. Times, Sunday Times
  • In a classic botch-up, the grass at the River Plate Stadium had been liberally sprinkled with sea water, the grass dying in the heat.
  • The botched banquet is a mortifying experience, and in my time I have served squid cooked until it had the texture, nutritional value and masticatory pleasure of a big rubber band.
  • If they are trying to make Mary the central figure, they are certainly botching the attempt.
  • Thousands of women are infertile as a result of botched abortions.
  • Opening with a full bosomed woman, Grace Tranfield (Rachel Botchan) in a compromising position with a known philanderer Leonard Charteris (Bradford Cover) on a divan, this comedy replete with Shavian tropes on such forward thinking subjects as the sexes, the coy pleasures of friendship vs. marriage, the virtues and joylessness of vegetarianism, the dialogue could have been lifted from the pages of a lifestyle magazine. Regina Weinreich: Titillation and Tantrums: Shaw's Philanderer at the Pearl Theater
  • A Canvey teacher stranded in Australia because of a bureaucratic botch has made the dramatic decision to stay there for good.
  • There are city councils and councilpersons who can botch up and corrupt the best system ever blueprinted.
  • Black cops and lawyers in Westchester County decried what they described as a "botched" investigation. Phillip Martin: DJ Henry and the Training of Police, Part Four
  • I'm an over-excited topwater fisherman, and no matter how much I try to relax, I botch my share of hits because I almost involuntarily swing for the fences right away. Money "Walks"
  • We have five users that are taking invites, and we have one other that we are sure will be on and will be taking game requests. mclazyj - That would be me, the writer everyone likes to call crazy, Joe Haygood aeropause - That would be our fearless leader, Shane Whitehouse. tawspot - This is a reader that is helping us out with the game night, Terry Wenz snyderunc - Many may already know Snyder as the man with a botched up first name. Aeropause Games
  • We botched our first attempt at wallpapering the bathroom.

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