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  • s  not fit to assume responsibility
  • s  generally incompetent and ineffectual
    feckless attempts to repair the plumbing

  • Drugs, naturally, are at the top of the hell list--they kill, they addle, they lie at the heart of a vast criminal enterprise, and the feckless "war" against them mostly wastes .
  • After a feckless overtime, the two teams squared off for penalties, and Spanish keeper Iker Casillas made great stops on Daniele De Rossi and Antonio Di Natale to claim the victory.
  • Richard Nixon's secret bombing of Kampuchea in 1969 and the CIA's support for a coup by a feckless military junta the following spring contributed to the chaos in which the Khmer .

  • Trent Lott in Forbes
    The legislation, in the wake of the scandals involving former lobbyist Jack Abramoff and Cunningham last year, has strong support, but Sen. Trent Lott, R-Miss., warned his colleagues to be careful of overreacting and "feckless positioning to make it...
  • Pamelyn Ferdin in CBS News
    This is a scary path for all Americans,Ferdin said. "Here is a government, a feckless federal government, who spent millions of taxpayer dollars to wage an assault on all our constitutional rights."

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