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One component, the pepper-minty L-carvone, zips across the nasal membrane, but the other, the aniselike odorant octane, dawdles.
PLAYING a convincingly haggard journalist, Clint Eastwood races - or rather dawdles - against the clock to save a condemned man.
While City Hall dawdles, taxpayer millions are frittered away.
Sometimes Anton dawdles into positions, but Rio gets there right away and then has his rest.
Lombardi, dawdles somewhat on the way to its dramatic payoffs and then offers two or three too many of them.
Shame, then, that the plot dawdles along like a slow boat to China.