If only there were fewer cyclists, people of rotund dimensions, elderly dawdlers
, dreadful drivers etc etc etc getting in the way of progress.
One day, however, he dared to hint that he would appreciate it If the dawdlers
Concerned that a sluggish graduation rate has exacerbated congestion on its 605-acre campus, they have taken action to discourage dawdlers
As this is the season of goodwill, why not create a fast lane in your store and impose a fine on dawdlers
who don't shop at your minimum speed requirement?
I get terribly angry with dawdlers
in traffic, people who meander and potter about, and people who cut in.
Tables sell out weeks in advance, forcing dawdlers
to settle for 11:30 am or 2:00 pm seatings.
are often unaware that their actions can topple an entire business.
SPEEDY shoppers will find it easier to get past dawdlers
after Britain's first pedestrian fast lane has been launched.
cause gaps, and then spectators go home thinking the show is over, when the rest is yet to come.
Thinking about buying prezzies doesn't begin until I've done the London gig, the annual reunion with the cluster of cadgers, shirkers, dawdlers
and malingerers that constitutes my old circle of acquaintances from the halcyon days of full heads of hair, competent memories and disposable income.
I niftily wove my way in and out of the throng, moving speedily and determinedly up close to admire the amazing detail of the brushwork before moving swiftly off to the next painting, overtaking the many dawdlers
on the way.
, on the other hand, are generally harmless.
But the arithmetic can no longer be seen as a convenient excuse for the the dawdlers
Any plan with any integrity would have to go through serious environmental and economic analysis - not the sort of thing that's likely to be achieved in the next two weeks, least of all by this collection of dawdlers
After addressing the problems of dawdlers
by removing sofas from its outlets, Coffee Republic has hailed the popularity of its new deli outlets to post narrower first-half losses.