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erratically

e ra tik lee

  • r  in an erratic unpredictable manner
    economic changes are proceeding erratically

  • If schooling fish start to behave erratically or congregate in large numbers, leave the area.
  • In recent weeks, however, Kazmierczak had been behaving "erratically" since he allegedly stopped taking medications for a condition the authorities declined to specify.
  • PACIFYING GINGER For two weeks, Hurricane Ginger moved erratically east and west in the mid-Atlantic.
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  • Helen Lynd in FOXNews
    The sociologists Robert and Helen Lynd described it this way: "A citizen has one foot on the relatively solid ground of established institutional habits, and another foot fast to an escalator erratically moving in several directions at a bewildering...
  • Kim Beazley in The Age
    The sight of a former Labor leader so erratically turning on his party is frankly a bridge too far,Mr Beazley said. "If there were gold medals for biting the hand that feeds you, Mark Latham would be standing on top of the dais."
  • Oommen Chandy in Sify
    It is one tool of ensuring that if there is somebody on a terrorist watch list or someone driving erratically, or if a pattern develops that raises suspicions, it gives them an opportunity to investigate further and - if need be - track down the... Steven Emerson http://www.google.com/url?q=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Steven_Emerson&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNGEVDCp_X8ctnGa7rcAhCT6CRW-EQ Christian Broadcasting Network http://www.google.com/url?q=http://www.cbn.com/CBNnews/428162.aspx&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNEgVmBg92AadGrZF3HY1_IQRO56nA Aug 14, 2008 33999 43457 erratum Chandy said, As soon the error came to the notice of the government, the correction erratum was issued. It is not correct to say that the mistake happened with a deliberate intention to hurt the sentiments of any section in the society."

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