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draw out a discussion or process in order to gain time

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17) One model for such professional literary and cultural-critical temporization, in the "new stationary states" to come, might be found in a now widely proposed, if nowhere enacted "revaluation of the essay" and of a certain essayism (18) against a fetishization of rigor as bulk, rather than depth of thought.
The main focus of the study was about time being managed in anniversary television news and to achieve this aim, a tripartite methodology has been proposed to deconstruct the modes and strategies of the temporization of the national.
The device analyzes activation patterns and temporization in both chambers analyzing P wave and R wave sequences and rates.
Although relocation and temporization of work have tended to hurt employees in general and women in particular, the effects may depend upon urban location.
It is the ultimate interruption in a constant narrative accumulation and temporization.
Discussion, rhetoric, bargaining, temporization, prevailed" (163).
While hybridization turned out to be an unexpected, but necessary, effect of intense translations taking place between the public and private sectors (and therefore not needed in the Vatican), temporization seems to be gaining more and more permanence as a new form of organizing.
Nguyen Truong To] advocated a policy of temporization that was to permit the
Certainly, business opposition or temporization doesn't seem to have done much to close Superfund's gaping maw.
The shadows are unsure scenes in dreams with bears, birds, and demons, and the differance, or temporization of pronouns, in tribal nicknames, memories, dance moves, and shamanic visions.
As an early disciple of Garrisonian ideals and opponent of temporization, Wright for a time arrayed himself with the radical wing of abolitionism, embracing and promoting immediate abolition with evangelical fervor.
The guide begins with case selection, tooth preparation and temporization, and then discusses choice of porcelains, bonding and finishing.
Assistants know that temporization can be a great tool for production in the dental office.
Patients fulfilling inclusion criteria were with history of previous endodontic treatment of anterior as well as of posterior teeth teeth with an adequate coronal structure amenable to proper isolation temporization and restoration; patients with bacterial cells per canal 103 to 107 duration of RCT failure not less than 12 months while Grossly carious tooth not favorable for rubber dam application known hypersensitivity allergies or idiosyncratic reaction to any study medication immature teeth with open apices medically compromised patients such as diabetes mellitus renal failure and organ transplant were excluded from study.
Six months later, four Astra TechA implants were placed in the grafted area demonstrating excellent primary stability allowing for immediate temporization.