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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 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.
The International Monetary Fund has urged Honduras to renew efforts to undertake structural reforms in its economy, something it has been laggardly on in recent years, reports Reuters (Oct.
We're fed up with being called laggardly when it comes to the internet," said a spokeswoman.
The positive, as far as trainer Bob Baffert was concerned, was McCarron, named to replace David Flores after Golden Eagle Farm-owned General Challenge ran a laggardly 10th in the Breeders' Cup Classic at Gulfstream Park to lose any chance for Horse of the Year.
A broad beach spreads out before meeting the rolling surf, while out on the restored 1908 Santa Monica Pier, a Ferris wheel spins laggardly above the break.
We have received some useful tips resulting in recalls, but the pace of reporting to the agency has really been laggardly.
28, 1970, put it: Laggardly France Is Finishing First Major Expressway.
A thorough knowledge of these aspects would enable prospective participants to understand better the socioeconomic and political factors that often interact and partly are responsible for the perceived laggardly pace towards a cure.
If I had to predict, I'd say that sales will be a bit laggardly through the summer, and will very slowly pick up steam in the fall, leading up to a somewhat stronger Christmas than last year.
Every morning the sad girl brings her three sheep and two lambs laggardly to the top of the valley, past his stone hut and onto the mountain to graze.
According to several British experts, "It may be that the British evidence reflects an unusually laggardly or blinkered response to the opportunities for flexible production systems.