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inadvisably


  • r  in an expedient manner

  • Naturally he takes this newfound energy to the schoolyard where he pounds Stoob, a mullet-headed jock that Louis has inadvisably provoked.
  • Naturally he takes this newfound energy to the schoolyard where he pounds Stoob, a mullet-headed jock that Louis has inadvisably provoked.
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  • Malcolm Speed in BBC Sport
    And ICC chief executive Malcolm Speed said on Monday: "Generally cricket has been considered a low-risk sport. But the risk for cricket has always been a player who is injured taking a substance inadvisably to come back quickly from injury."

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