A private residential owner will balk at
change orders while an owner of a commercial project will probably expect change orders.
* a new National Child Care strategy be developed between the federal government, the provinces and territories in the event that the provinces balk at
the codicil for dedicated funds;
Many hospitals in poor nations might balk at
a $100,000 laser but could easily afford $1,000 for solar-surgery equipment.
If your players balk at
the idea, remind them that warmed-up muscles function better and are less likely to sustain injury.
And many judges balk at
hearing complaints involving foreign law.
Redding responded that assisted living should remain under state regulation "because that is what has helped us become different from the nursing home industry." Residents "turn to us because they balk at
the nursing home environment; they are looking for more of a residential model."
A reader may balk at
being urged to rise at 4 am each day--no matter her work, school or family demands--to practice a healing ritual or to give up wearing pants so as to liberate her flow of energy.
Younger partners may balk at
the prospect of having to pay for senior partners' retirement, or they may leave the firm and take clients with them, putting the firm in a precarious financial situation.
"A camera," he said, "is wild in just anybody's hands, therefore one must set limits." Though The Monuments of Passaic, perhaps his most disarming work (which ironically framed subjects like the dirty Passaic river, bulldozers, pylons, even a doleful plaster Venus), is palpably, though speciously melancholic, the photos balk at
even the blandest sentimentality.
Business editors might balk at
such a simplistic approach to newsletter writing, but don't knock it until you've tried it.
The Manhattan residential sales market, which held remarkably steady in 2002 despite tumultuous economic conditions, hit a snag at the end of the year as buyers began to balk at
apartment prices greater than $1.5 million.
Parents concerned about allergies may balk at
the idea of keeping pets around children.
It's an assignment at which anyone with the usual broad range of enthusiasm would balk, as one might balk at
a similar exercise with regard to, say, cities, or close friends.
Businesses will balk at
buying such products for their own use, he says.
Unlike many other contemporary painters, his conceptual strategies do not serve to disguise an expressive content that some of us might balk at