slow-footed


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Synonyms for slow-footed

proceeding at a rate less than usual or desired

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Khater also described himself as having been slow-footed at joining protests in October, but participated later after seeing the fruit of student movement efforts, first-hand, and putting much faith in them.
UAE blogger Mesha'al Al Gergawi said in an interview that the government ranking may have dropped due to slow-footed responses to issues surrounding Nakheel and Dubai World.
Instead, individual property buyers who have wondered whether they should keep paying their developers according to their contracts will likely see larger refunds for slow-footed projects that never got off the ground, suggested legal and property experts at a seminar Thursday hosted by Lovells law firm in Dubai.
Mr Patel, who has battled tirelessly to make the village's only cornershop a success, has been somewhat slow-footed in supporting my campaign.
But so far as Walter Smith is concerned his priority is the team, that collection of desperately mediocre men, many of whom are slow-footed and, purely in a football context very possibly brain dead.
But he's also slow-footed and apparently fights with his face, which is a dangerous game to play with Danny, who can hit.
THE COLE CONSPIRACY dissects the investigation along with a number of FBI and counterterrorism officials, detailing their efforts and ultimate frustration over the slow-footed reaction to the bombing by the U.
The Thais' early goal illustrated the ability to make Everton look a little slow-footed in defence.
But this time around, chastened by their slow-footed response to the Swift Boat distortions, national news organizations began taking that next step: Here's what the truth is.
This is something you hear all the time: that a player who is slow-footed is going to remain that way forever.
Spain's Eduard Tabau (right) runs through the slow-footed Great Britain defence
Ricciardi is a former protege of Beane), both suggested that sabermetrics has helped transform their team into the "White Jays"--a bunch of boring, slow-footed Caucasians good mainly for drawing walks and hitting home runs.
So why has he been so slow-footed in negotiating the hurdles of public policy?
Earlier Stone Age folk probably lived in small, widely separated groups that could regularly eat slow-footed or immobile prey without wiping them out, according to Stiner's team.