laggard

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We blame our partners or our children - and they point the finger at us - for laggardness or disharmony in the home.
system of a key source of its extreme laggardness, namely the necessity for ratification by a supermajority of state legislatures or constitutional conventions, Ackerman's proposal nonetheless strives to preserve the basic contours of constitutional dualism.
But D'Amato bears blame for the committee's laggardness too.
As Cadigan makes clear, despite its political laggardness and constitutional incompleteness, Newfoundland shared in the development of law and judicial institutions that was one of the major characteristics of the period 1785 to 1850 in every jurisdiction of British North America.
It was hardly surprising, under the circumstances, that many an impatient voice was raised regarding the seeming laggardness of the procedure that was being followed and many an impatient demand was made that the culprits be summarily executed.