New Delhi [India], June 13 ( ANI ): The passengers of the Delhi blue line metro service today faced a technical snag as the line that connects Noida and Vaishali to Dwarka ran at a snail's pace
around 5 p.
Given that the court process on bail petition should be summary in nature, the case is really moving at a snail's pace
, sometimes it is not moving at all, it's stationary, Estrada said in a statement.
Billowed smoke covered the skies of most of the emirates roads and traffic, especially in the industrial areas, slowed down to a snail's pace
as most roads were cordoned off to allow fire fighters easy access to the blaze.
His dad Pankaj Kapur's directorial debut is also moving at snail's pace
As long as you keep your form and let your muscles do the work, going at a snail's pace
doesn't help a bit.
Simply fire the workers we now have working at a snail's pace
and hire the workers from those cities.
For generations the remaining bottomland forests of the Mississippi River and its tributaries have survived as places where trees grow large, shadows grow deep, and sinuous rivers and streams move at a snail's pace
In their June 13 report, they expressed concern about the snail's pace
at which proven road-tested technologies like CTI were being accepted by government regulators.
In Selma, the voter registration office was open only two days a month, and officials moved at a snail's pace
, registering about 150 black voters a year.
But when it comes to the Internet service on his computer, the businessman from Oklahoma City is moving at a snail's pace
Well, lucky for you the tempo slows to a snail's pace
PRE-SEASON continues apace at Weymouth - a snail's pace
, that is.
because Havret was going round at such a snail's pace
Safety considerations must be paramount, of course, but are we alone in finding it difficult to remember British summers of 30 years ago forcing the trains to slow to snail's pace