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Italy, meanwhile, has bumbled along; as Capital Economics’ Chairman Roger Bootle points out, every other country in the region except Italy has become more competitive against Germany since 2011.
The worst introductions are bumbling at best, while the best ones are the beginnings of beautiful friendships.
The Wasp is the Ying to Ant-Man's somewhat bumbling Yang, and the two have a difficult mission ahead.
Dave Ogrin created this tale of a planet run by women who kidnap two bumbling astronauts.
Mr Maduro has surprised people who wrote him off as a bumbling heir to the clever, charismatic Hugo Chávez.
The Spy Who Dumped Me (Aug. 3): Kate McKinnon and Mila Kunis are bumbling friends who are sucked into a spy drama.
Jake McDorman and Martin Starr play Thurman and Jim, two bumbling deputies working in the sedate town of Shandaken, N.Y., nestled in the Catskills.
Fletcher and Colon set the tone for the show, as Bertozzo is the first of several bumbling police officers to interview the Maniac in various disguises.
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- No more could he afford to be the silly little novice that had bumbled about the Abbey …
- —Brian Jacques, Redwall
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