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Synonyms for delay

Synonyms for delay

to cause to be later or slower than expected or desired

to go or move slowly so that progress is hindered

the act of putting off or the condition of being put off

the condition or fact of being made late or slow

Synonyms for delay

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Foremost is the arbitrariness in assigning 15 minutes as the delay threshold.
It is well established that increasing the delay to primary reinforcers systematically decreases the effectiveness of those reinforcers.
It's well known that in his crusade to pass the bill, DeLay drew on more than 800 pharmaceutical-industry lobbyists, millions of dollars in campaign contributions, and the efforts of numerous business and healthcare groups.
Airbus has revealed a string of internal problems which have led it to delay the first deliveries of its superjumbo A380 aircraft.
In holding that the "no damages for delay clause" did not bar this claim, the appellate court explained that under the totality of the circumstances, finding an ample basis in the record for the court's factual conclusion that the project delays were uncontemplated and that defendant was responsible for a breach of fundamental contractual obligations, we decline to disturb the holding that the "no damages for delay clause" did not bar plaintiff's claim for money damages.
Nearly a third of the second-trimester group and a fifth of the first-trimester group said that a logistical factor (as opposed to emotional, financial, interpersonal or other factors) caused the most delay for them.
That ad noted how DeLay enjoyed riding on Abramoff's corporate jet to the world's finest golf courses.
Perhaps the most significant of the "friends" cultivated by Abramoff on behalf of CNMI was former House Majority Leader Tom DeLay (R-Texas).
The purpose of this report is to provide a profile of students who delay their postsecondary enrollment and then to distinguish among students who delay their postsecondary enrollment with respect to how long they wait to enroll.
The other pulse passed through a delay line that enabled the researchers to control when the pulse would reach the detector.
In essence, there are two financial benefits of any delay in committing funds.
Keywords: men, help-seeking behaviour, testicular cancer, patient delay, physicians
A teacher, an instructional aide or a speech and language therapist was assigned to a preschooler with moderate to severe delay.
To lessen the adverse impact, the employee may look to either delay income recognition or value the stock at a price more in line with the price at which the employee could actually sell it, when the SEC restrictions are first relieved.