Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
(And to be unsavvy is far worse than being wrong.)
For typical unsavvy clients, this makes the scroll pane redundant.
The still distinct memory of Clinton's unsavvy comment speaks to a deep-seated cultural experience of loss.
And he has the rare quality of being both an extraordinary security technologist and someone who can talk about it to unsavvy tech types like me.
The tech unsavvy religious group, known for wearing prairie dresses, churning butter and driving a horse and buggy.
Specialty Food Magazine: Men, unlike women, are unsavvy shoppers who wander grocery stores cluelessly: not.
“My mom is technologically unsavvy,” Mr. Mehta says.
The photo trails left by technologically unsavvy crooks are like the online Darwin Awards, like the schadenfreude of "Cops."
Previously, in 2001, a financial education curriculum called Money Smart was launched by the FDIC to help the financially unsavvy.
There are also many not-for-profit, artist-run spaces and art-collective galleries which follow different business models, as well as vanity galleries which prey on unsavvy artists.
The term Interweb is a portmanteau of Internet and World Wide Web typically used sarcastically to parody a technically unsavvy user.
(On the other hand, the surprisingly unsavvy New York Collegium, the five-year-old period-instrument orchestra, opted out, even though one of its concerts coincided with the festival.)
There is some evidence that the politically unsavvy Archbishop was manipulated throughout these events by Henry Percy, 1st Earl of Northumberland to legitimize his revenge campaign against Henry.
But unlike the original, which was an actually-funny satire of the pompous fashion industry circa 2001, the sequel is bafflingly unsavvy with its jokes about gadgets, social media, and even selfie sticks.
Mr. Gates is depicted as technologically unsavvy and belligerent, his language peppered with expletives - belying Ms. Edstrom's mother's "spin" of him as "a sort of high technology Colonel Sanders."
So far the protesters -- who have been savvy in so many ways, from utilizing social media to creating a minicity in Tahrir Square -- have been remarkably unsavvy about the substance of politics.
Benson had wanted Fin Tutuola as her second-in-command, however Chief Dodds arranges for the politically unsavvy Benson to be assigned a Sergeant who does know how to play the game - his own son.
"With many Americans still out of work, it would have been politically unsavvy for Bernanke to appear overly optimistic, knowing that members of Congress will be criticizing the pace of recovery in an election year where their constituents face near-double-digit unemployment."
Even after the resolution of stability problems with the NTT's network launch, the Famicom Modem market presence was considered "weak" for its whole lifetime for various reasons: product usability; competition from personal computers and other appliances; and the difficult nature of early adoption by the technologically unsavvy financial customer.