dawdler


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I MAY be a dawdler but I like to do things properly - unlike Julie, who rushes through life.
New 'fast lanes' for shoppers who don't want to get stuck behind dawdlers are to be introduced in Liverpool.
CYCLISTS, people of rotund shape, elderly dawdlers, dreadful drivers, forelock-tugging admirers of Lizzie Windsor and her dysfunctional brood of benefit scroungers, northerners, southerners, Brummies unfortunate enough to support Aston Villa.
Left-lane dawdlers or "hoggers" are a well-known cause of irritation for some motorists.
A MALL is trialling an overtaking lane for shoppers after a 10-year-old girl wrote in to complain about dawdlers.
BUNCH OF DAWDLERS There can't have been many slower 7f juvenile races at Lingfield than yesterday's claimer won by Le King Beau.
If you wish to get in touch with your inner 10-year-old and overtake a line of dawdlers to the Quattraporte's formula 1 soundtrack, give the button a quick press and select manual.
With the countdown running to the 25th, more than half of the dawdlers (51%) think there's still plenty of time.
Will the last sign guide him safely home at last--or will he become one of the dawdlers, the evaders, unconscious fighters of some cruel inner master?
Back stateside, a tall, muscular young man walks briskly, determinedly down the wide sidewalk, passing dawdlers and browsers, stepping around them with a crisp, "Excuse me; pardon me.
The grass-roots group Left Lane Drivers of America is out to reclaim the left lane for true speeders and push any dawdlers to slower, right-hand lanes.
11: Wide-beamed mid-pavement and supermarket aisleway dawdlers, who have little idea where they are or what they're looking for.
Located at the heart of the Cairngorms National Park, the Aviemore Walking Festival pulls on its boots from May 7-15 for the third year, offering routes for the dedicated, the determined and even the dawdlers.
A multitude of things rev up male shoppers' stress levels - these include dawdlers that get in their way (86%), having to traipse around the shops carrying heavy bags (90%), rude shoppers or discourteous shop assistants (83%), other peoples' screaming children (76%) and queue jumpers (74%).