But if the city manages to carry it off with only an average number of snafus
, there's an argument to be made that we keep the Olympics there forever--and give the Greeks a chance to perfect their invention.
aren't caused by one errant individual or single department.
Recently treatment activist Eric Goldman followed up and found that patent and policy snafus
have apparently prevented these drugs from being tested and developed for HIV.
But following one of Nielsen's worst snafus
in decades -- issuing incorrect ratings for April 8 and then taking nearly three days longer than usual to release final numbers -- TV execs are suddenly nostalgic for Smart.
One solution to the snafus
with the selection process for the Nijinsky Awards is to have the recipients selected by a committee that is familiar with the work and reputations of the nominees.
Commercial-off-the-shelf products, once championed as a solution, are creating snafus
of their own, partly because the many products that are available may or may not be compatible with each other, Covert said.
But, about three years ago, a combination of rail congestion and railroad merger snafus
began holding up eastbound cargo on the West Coast during peak shipping seasons.
The possibility of anticipatory Y2K snafus
wreaking havoc recently prompted The Tax Executive to investigate whether TEI members had been the victims of errant computer programming in two unrelated instances.
The last in a long series of snafus
occurred in the 1960s, when a city worker dropping a manhole cover killed the pump.
Bobby Houston's peripatetic lens captures it all: the down-to-the-wire prelaunch snafus
, the "Will they make it to the starting gate?
But when the fateful eve comes and goes, it is apparent that preparations have largely been sufficient to ensure compliance, with only minor snafus
A complicated series of snafus
involves him in more than the manuscript's return in The Fitzgerald Ruse, a tense thriller perfect for any serious mystery library.
When finally called out on his use of the secret hold, Stevens said he was worried about possible bureaucratic snafus
in implementation and wanted to wait for a cost-benefit analysis.
Popular items such as fruit juice slushes and frozen yogurt were taken off the shelves because of bureaucratic snafus