or ad hoc·er·y
[ ad hok-uh-ree ]
/ æd ˈhɒk ə ri /
reliance on temporary solutions rather than on consistent, long-term plans.
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Also ad hoc·ism [ad hok-iz-uh m] /æd ˈhɒk ɪz əm/.
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