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Two weeks ago after a laggardly start, he blazed round the Gary Player Country Club course in 133 on the weekend of the Nedbank Challenge to grab second place behind runaway victor Henrik Stenson and last week his golf in the Merrill Lynch Shootout was so phenomenal it had partner Scott Hoch, not usually one to praise anyone but himself, in raptures.
And then there are those who are still laggardly and are playing catch-up.
These gases are quite heavy and sluggish (krypton more so than argon) compared to ordinary air and would rather loaf laggardly inside their glass prisons than move about mischievously in energetic currents.
Smith" helped "Star Wars: Episode III--Revenge of the Sith" provide some healthy business at the foreign box office amid an otherwise laggardly early summer.
SO Manchester is to keep its shopping area open, it was announced last week, until 8pm while Liverpool lags behind with traffic wardens snooping around at that particular time to harass motorists while our laggardly council does nothing about this situation.
Confirmation of yet more scientific evidence that there should be no political or commercial impediment to UK beef being sold elsewhere in the EU highlights the laggardly position taken by the DoH which appears out of step with both the UK's and the EU's foremost independent food standards authorities,' said Mr Redpath.
Faced with such a laggardly technology, electrical and electronic manufacturers are looking for more compact and efficient ways to convert electrical energy from one voltage level to another.
Aware of the island's laggardly progress during the boom years of the 70s, several massive engineering projects were initiated to build a series of bridges to link Shikoku to Honshu.
The Anglicans were laggardly in this respect, waiting till 1962 to install the first indigenous vicar of their main congregation.
She found women hurrying laggardly children, cribbing a little bit of time here, snipping a bit there, always with one eye on the clock, and always trying to make little efficiencies.
The Cyclopaedia is laggardly in that it replicates an outdated original: six years before the Cyclopaedia's putative appearance, the tenth Britannica edition was supplanted by the far superior eleventh (1910-11), the version owned, and regularly consulted, by Borges himself (Fishburn 82).
On one occasion, sitting in the gilded salon de L'Horloge of the Quai d'Orsay, a French diplomat, with whom I was supposed to be discussing television, expressed disappointment over the attitude of the laggardly Anglo-Saxons (by whom he meant British people) toward Europe.
The real reason for your laggardly ways, " she continued, "is you have, by nature, a sloppy mind without any sense of organisation.
These have come from Early Modern historians and, somewhat laggardly, from literary historians.