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miscreant, villain, blackguard, scapegrace, knave, rogue, rascal, wretch, scamp, scoundrel, rapscallion, Inf. scalawag, Sl. no-good, Sl. bad guy, Archaic. caitiff, Archaic, varlet.

wrong-headed, adj. 1. misguided, unwise, imprudent, injudicious; ill-considered, ill-judged, ill-advised, ill-contrived, ill-devised, using or showing poor judgment; impolitic, inexpedient, infelicitous, disadvantageous, unfavorable, the worst possible; unintelligent, stupid, Inf. dumb, Inf. dopey.
2. stubborn, stubborn as a mule, obstinate, recalcitrant, mulish, pig-headed, bullheaded, headstrong, willful, self-willed, opinionated, adamant; contrary, perverse, froward, unaccommodating, contumacious, cross-grained,
Inf. ornery, refractory, intransigent, intractable, Scot. thrawn.

wroth, adj. 1. angry, irate, wrathful. See - wrathful (def. 1).
2. stormy, violent, strong, savage, tempestuous, turbulent, wild, rough; threatening, restless, agitated, foaming, boiling, seething; raging, howling, roaring; windy, blustering, blustery, gusty, blowing, squally, squallish.

wrought-up, adj. excited, wound-up, worked-up, beside oneself, stirred-up, stimulated, energized, electrified, hyped-up, Sl. psyched; whipped-up, aroused, inflamed, fired-up, fiery; impassioned, enthused, fervid, fervent, zealous, in a fever pitch, red-hot; overwrought, keyed-up, nervous, high-strung, edgy, on edge, tense, uneasy, restless, restive, fidgety, skittish; frantic, frenzied, wild, hysterical, delirious, feverish, Brit. Sl. bonkers, Sl. out of one's skull or gourd; agitated, disturbed, upset, discomposed, disconcerted, ruffled, flustered, fluttered, in a dither, Inf. hot and bothered; irritated, annoyed, nettled, perturbed, exasperated, aggravated, vexed; angry, mad, irate, furious, fuming, raging, Inf. hot, Inf. hot under the collar, Inf. hopped up.

wry, adj. 1. lopsided, one-sided, crooked, askew, awry, twisted, distorted; tilted, inclined, aslant, to one side, sideways, off-center, uneven, unsymmetrical, asymmetric, asymmetrical.
2. devious, misdirected, astray.
3. contrary, perverse, wrong-headed, cross-grained. See - wrong-headed
(def. 2).
4.
distorted, taken out of context, twisted, warped, perverted, garbled; misstated, misquoted, misren-dered, misreported, misrepresented; misread, misinterpreted, misconstrued, misapprehended, misunderstood.
5. ironic, amusing, droll, witty, dry.

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Precautions while using Overhead Projectors

Electrical

Because an overhead projector is an electrical device, it might experience a short or fire when plugged into an electric socket. For example, you might cause the projector to short if, while drinking a beverage during your presentation, you accidentally spill some of it into the projectors air vents or another opening. Additionally, an electrical short or fire might occur if you use the equipment without getting it checked out after it falls, or neglect to repair it if it has a bad part, such as a frayed cord or damaged plug.

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