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Synonyms for piecemeal

Synonyms for piecemeal

proceeding very slowly by degrees

Synonyms for piecemeal

one thing at a time

a little bit at a time

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Rubio has always preferred solving immigration reform with piecemeal legislation.
Andrew Tyrie, chairman of a UK government appointed banking commission, has said that the reform of the banking sector in Britain was too piecemeal and it was leaving the country exposed to further crisis.
Summary: The government will move ahead with appointments to senior civil service posts on a piecemeal basis, the minister of state for administrative reform said Thursday.
He added: "The solution to our economic problems will not be found in piecemeal employment schemes or corporate welfare.
We are trying to calculate whether this is more advantageous than rolling out vaccination in a piecemeal manner," said Dr Glossop.
The text ''notes with concern the piecemeal approach to the budget process, and requests the Secretary General, for all future proposed program budgets, to take the necessary steps to avoid such a piecemeal approach to the budget process and ensure the fullest possible picture of the organization's requirements for the bienna.
It may take some time to pay all 100,000 of these veterans--which shows the weakness of Congress' piecemeal approach to concurrent receipt legislation.
Idaho straddles the Rocky Mountains and is a popular destination for skiing and hiking, yet laissez-faire land use policies encouraging piecemeal development often conspire to take the edge off that wilderness moment.
Not that we haven't been trying, though in a piecemeal fashion, through a collection of little programs, gang injunctions and law enforcement.
Still, if on a piecemeal level this phraseology is all straightforward enough, it accrues into a giant hairball of inconsistency.
Costs of electronic journals and subscription databases continue to escalate, and the tangle of funding applications for small groups is a piecemeal solution at best.
A Vornado insider estimated that roughly 500,000 s/f of space has been leased in 2005, most of which was dealt piecemeal in over 50 transactions.
Cutting Face Time--recorded piecemeal over three years--was markedly different from Samson's other gig.
The CMHA is concerned about a piecemeal approach to dealing with mental health issues.
To ask us now to pay tolls for what is only a piecemeal solution is akin to introducing a stealth tax.