hesitancy


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a feeling of diffidence and indecision about doing something

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Vaccine hesitancy is not only an issue in high income countries, but is a complex, rapidly changing global problem that varies widely.
Hesitancy in the home defence allowed Kevin Charley to pick out skipper Danny Martin and he drilled a powerful shot past keeper Jimmy McGettrick.
Another reason for the hesitancy of some marketers to include BREs is the "annoyance factor.
Then Mutton punished hesitancy by County defender Dylan Blain to rush into the box and drill the first of his treble past goalkeeper Peter Blain.
Without doubt, the impact of the recent terrorist attack in the USA has caused hesitancy and it is particularly apparent at the top end of the market.
There is a real hesitancy among administrators to include gay issues as a regular part of the curriculum.
Expect hesitancy, doubt, resistance and even hostility--they're the usual reactions and feelings that accompany change.
The seemingly obvious explanation for foreign investors' hesitancy," wrote the Financial Times recently, "is that Russia is still too unstable a place to do business, teetering on the brink of political turmoil and economic crisis.
And a kind of I'll-go-here-you-go-there hesitancy pervades, so that these pieces never really come together.
They lead him to emphasize both the hesitancy and the heavy costs of early modern state formation.
In Venezuela, where the vehicle market has slowed due to the combined effects of buyer hesitancy, following the installment of the new government and low product availability, resulting from the recent government action to control the foreign exchange markets, GM increased its market share by 6.
I could sense her hesitancy, so I asked her to be specific and to tell me everything.
Our military hesitancy in Bosnia, despite recent cheap thrils in Grenada and Panama, is one of Vietnam's practical legacies.
Although the anticipated savings may be anecdotal (and not easily measurable), our members expressed no hesitancy concerning the bottom line: they overwhelmingly support the adoption of the U.
Chief among these, says Conway, is hesitancy on the part of many casting users who are just beginning to learn about and understand the process.