Next week they plan to rip out the soft carpeting that bogs down
Miner's chair and install hardwood floors.
The structure of the play is wildly and admirably ambitious, but as the chronology plods on, the second act bogs down
in plot manipulations.
The writing is crisp, highly detailed but always readable, and the narrative never bogs down
in a welter of names and units.
On the other hand, the story of the legal case, bogged down in bureaucracy for 26 years, bogs down
the book as well.
The case studies of the two companies are intriguing, but Profit Beyond Measure bogs down
in overcooked language about "protecting the human niche in the ecosystem" and "nature's exquisitely parsimonious use of matter and energy," to offer but two examples.
Data can crisscross the system bus multiple times as a result and this intensive processing of data bogs down
The long biography occasionally bogs down
when tracking Ginsberg's numerous trips overseas, but it comes alive when chronicling Ginsberg's creative process in the making of "Howl," "Kaddish," "Wichita Vortex Sutra," and other masterpieces.
As we've seen, companies are excited about building applications based on XML messages and documents, but XML processing bogs down
The tension between Joy and her husband is resolved too early to be considered a real subplot, and some of David Nett and Patty Ramsey's direction bogs down
in detail (we are constantly distracted by bits with Raina's pocketbook, which has no function in the story).
Yet his narrative never bogs down
, and the reader remains interested in each struggle for an unnamed hillside.
Elsewhere, the weight of so many commercial heavy hitters bogs down
Martin's artistry even as it brings to life his wildest crossover dreams.
If the war bogs down
, however, forget about seeing any substantive changes to the tax laws.
Despite director Negron's efforts to have the characters connect with one another, the production bogs down
in its attempt to sustain a dramatic through-line within all these quirky confrontations.
Sparing readers the legalese that bogs down
serious law books, Crier lashes out at a judicial system that has made for ridiculous codes and regulations, all but eliminating personal responsibility, tying up valuable court time and lining the pockets of lawyers more interested in their percentage than a reasonable resolution to a problem.
2, 1959), the production is at its best when re-creating Holly's boyish enthusiasm and magnetism as a concert performer, but bogs down
in its overlong attempt to faithfully re-create the singer's recording studio tribulations as he slowly evolves as an artist.