Time spent in the guardhouse and therefore not a part of one's required period of service (Armed forces fr WWII)
Obama has already launched his reelection campaign, a bad time for risky foreign policy initiatives.
Then again, is there really ever a bad time for slow-cooked barbecue, hot jazz and cool blues music?
“They are having a bad time in the sexist crowd” in the prison camps, Samutsevich said.
So it was a bad time to say "there was no question" about a conclusion about which there were sure to be plenty of questions.
Which means this is a bad time for Facebook to be drawing the ire of its users.
It did not take very long to make the lads aware that they were in for a bad time.
Perhaps this might not be such a bad time to repeat his question, after all.
The mother had what is called a bad time, and was slow to recover strength.
Do you imagine I should leave you, colonel, if you were in for a bad time?
Ai, that was a bad time, and Don Alfredo with black silence on him for very sorrow.