We would never allow manufacturers to drag their feet
on this new law.
Glendale Senior Assistant City Attorney Steven Lins said his city is considering a nuisance abatement or criminal charges against companies that drag their feet
The FCC rules were never supported by public opinion; they can't drag their feet
Caution: There's a strong possibility middle managers would drag their feet
about setting up meetings on their own, claiming they lack the time.
If they run to their usual performance, they will likely try to drag their feet
and reinterpret this decision to their advantage so it will probably take another remand (appeal to NAFTA) before we get there," he says.
Practically everyone, and the show's creators are not about to drag their feet
when it comes to doling out clues.
The misconception of international trade as a zero-sum game is already hard to overcome, but to give rich countries another excuse to drag their feet
in fulfilling their commitments under the Uruguay Round agreement holds up further progress.
The main problem is that G7 governments continue to drag their feet
on ECA reform," says Ruchi Bhandari, co-author of the report.
In a nutshell: Nice nature photography, but producers kind of drag their feet
getting to crittercam images, which are only intermittently interesting.
There are people in the church who can drag their feet
and be very angry and obstructionist.
The city officials who drag their feet
on studying secession only lend credence to the secessionists' strongest argument - that the current regime is too lazy and too incompetent to run a big city.
And City Councilman Joel Wachs, who also sits on the council's ad hoc committee on secession, said if it should appear that any city staffers are delaying, ``I for one will be riding herd to make sure they don't drag their feet
Those who don't see their path to success will drag their feet
because they have no interest in investing themselves in the project.
Miscikowski is particularly troubled that adult businesses may be rushing forward to get permits while city officials drag their feet