It's bad business, he hastened to add, but if that's what they want to do, the state should not be able to compel them otherwise.
But it's also because, from the APF's point of view, pretension is bad business.
He said that pushing Lambert off the show was just a bad business decision.
"This is a bad business up-stairs, Mrs. Tugby," said the gentleman.
My companion said, "It's a bad business; we cannot do anything with this."
It would have been a bad business, testifying in court against Mrs. Gray's nephew when he had been visiting in her house.
"It's a bad business," said Timothy, carefully studying the doctor's face.
It's none of it bad business this, as the estate is entailed, and the boy is Rosy's.
War is bad business, in the opinion of these economic thinkers.
"Not a bad business that Porphyrion," he said absently, as he took his own letter out of his pocket.