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Synonyms for tarry

Synonyms for tarry

to go or move slowly so that progress is hindered

to stop temporarily and remain, as if reluctant to leave

to continue to be in a place

Synonyms for tarry

leave slowly and hesitantly


having the characteristics of pitch or tar

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At June's presentation, Tarry revealed a trial at one unnamed Metro store had shown huge improvement in gross margins (up to 400 basis points) by changing the service model to dramatically slash the range and bring in simpler levels of price and promotions.
Tesco's UK Jason Tarry Meanwhile, the GMB union said Asda workers are being ordered to sign up to a new flexible contract - which pays PS9 per hour and was previously voluntary - or lose their jobs.
The force said: " Police are investigating after a 21-year-old man sustained injuries to his leg in a suspected stabbing on Tarry Road in the Alum Rock area of Birmingham just after 3.30pm on Tuesday, April 9.
(Or was the woman wrong?) Background to this storm-in-a-teacup saga of the village Tarry Awhile: The village elected prominent men and women to serve without compensation as village aldermen (and alderwomen).
Finding of an efficient method of extraction of tarry substances from the phenolic manufacturing sewage is topical issue which requires the scientific solution.
Tributes were paid to the group - whose members were Kris Leonard, River Reeves, Tomas Lowe and Jack Dakin - and Mr Tarry following the accident in Sodertalje, 18 miles from the capital Stockholm, in the early hours of Saturday.
A musician who played at the gig said there had been "a lot of snow" that day and Mr Tarry had not been drinking at the event because he was driving.
The four members of Viola Beach and manager Craig Tarry were killed when their vehicle crashed just hours after they played their first gig outside the UK.
Regarding the play itself, for instance, surely it is a problem for the analysis of Hamlet's "tarrying" that Shakespeare does not use the word "tarry" a single time in Hamlet--especially since he does use it in other plays such as King Lear and King Henry IV, Part 2.
Warwickshire Taverners Trophy Week Ten July 14 - KPMG 153 for 4 in 16 overs (Ben Tarry 35, Surinder Matharu 35) beat No 5 Chambers 78 all out (James Boreham 3 for 7, Ben Tarry 2 for 6) by 75 runs July 15 - DAC Beachcroft 145 for 7 in 16 overs (A Sinclair 35*, C Mulvihill 3 for 10) lost to Gately 146 for 4 (J Richards 35*) by 5 wickets July 16 - Mainstay Group 169 for 4 in 16 overs (Charles Lucas 36*, Abbas 30*) beat Higgs and Sons 50 all out in 7.7 overs (Abbas 3 for 9, Shajit Hussain 3 for 7) by 119 runs
Then new director Alice Tarry went on Facebook to answer complaints, but insulted customers while asking pals for backing.
Best of Suffolk Director Alex Tarry said: “We are absolutely delighted to have been shortlisted for this award.
In the village's downtown, Marie Batali and Joe Bastianich opened Tarry Lodge eatery on Mill Street.
TARRY Audrey It is with deepest sorrow that we have to report the death of Audrey aged 73.
TSgt Tarry Brindle, an evaluator from the Weapons Standardization Section, was also present.