- n any improvised arrangement for temporary use
- It was a strange, new lash-up in foreign affairs, a combination of economizers who don't care much about foreign aid and others who, caring a lot, mistrust the whole .
- Only he knew that it was crammed with an ingenious time-bomb lash-upan alarm clock, a bundle of dry cells, a packet of matches and a folded rubber inner tube filled with .
- Its radar system included many "lash-up" sites, so called because the radar was literally lashed to the tops of telephone poles.
- John Negroponte in USA Today
Negroponte praised Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff for helping the "lash-up between domestic and foreign" intelligence, which the 9/11 Commission called a major contributor to lapses before 9/11.
- Charles Duelfer in Bloomberg
The Survey Group "undertook a sizeable effort to track down and prevent any lash-up between foreign terrorists or anti- coalition forces and either existing chemical weapons stocks or experts able to produce such weapons indigenously," Duelfer said.