In today's extremely competitive office market, there is no time for dawdling
While the first-placed horse had already run, it was Quincel's debut and he wrecked his own chance when dawdling
in the gates.
and sprawling department of transport talking shop over Liverpool's ocean cruising ambitions - and which reports next Thursday (September 15) - should not be fuddled by whether historic state aid for the present stop-over berth, would amount to funding a big business expansion to a full start-finish cruise terminal.
Council chiefs are looking at creating an express lane on Edinburgh's Princes Street so busy shoppers and those in a hurry don't get stuck behind dawdling
Worth seeing next at the Olympics: faffing, dawdling
and lazing around
In a race run at a dawdling
gallop, Fortune crucially had his 20-1 mount close to the pace and was in pole position to grab the inside rail when the race began in earnest.
They both want to leave; one (Gravesen) because he wants a new direction -- soccer perhaps -- and one (Radzinski) because he wants to punish Everton for dawdling
over agreeing to a new three-year deal.
Now the company that makes the speedy vehicles is aiming to hit 100mph -and wants to see the float replace its dawdling
predecessor on Britain's streets.
bridges across It will become places for dawdling
and casual meetings.
In 2009, 143 accidents were caused by dawdling
people paying no attention to vehicles behind them.
What a sad person you are complaining about the unemployed dawdling
around shops at Christmas and blocking the aisles.
It's equally at home dawdling
down to the shops in a downpour as it is performing action-picture slides on a track.
I think the second horse could be quite good and he was dawdling
most of the way.
Aboard a horse who ideally requires a brisk gallop, Mulrennan soon realised that the dawdling
pace was counting very much against him.
This boxed set collects 7 1/2 hours of performances, some of it famous and much of it previously unreleased; it's intermittently inspired but often dawdling
stuff, as Bruce seems preoccupied with his own iconoclastic brilliance.