tepidly


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in an unenthusiastically lukewarm manner

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airports, which by and large have responded tepidly to this model.
Despite claims that the budget is a strategic breakthrough in economic policy, measures in the budget are tepidly lacking a coherent strategy.
Is it better than the tepidly received 1998 movie remake?
5 and tepidly approved by observers from the Organization of American States (OAS)--tightened the Ortega regime's already meaty grip on the country (NotiCen, Feb.
It is forecast to shrink in North America, Australasia and Western Europe--outside of Turkey--while growing only tepidly in Eastern Europe.
When the Boy Scouts still reacted tepidly, he upped the ante, saying he planned to revive the once-mandatory ROTC at the college level.
He also leaves fractures within his own party, too, given the numerous Republicans who either tepidly supported his nomination or never backed him at all.
He faces fractures within his own party, too, given the numerous Republicans who refused to back him or only tepidly supported his nomination.
He faces fractures within his own party, too, given the numerous Republicans who either tepidly supported his nomination or never backed him at all.
He faces fractures in his own party, too, given the numerous Republicans who either tepidly supported his nomination or never backed him at all.
Tepidly reassuring, although even Labour's mayoral candidate, Sion Simon, is now questioning the 'powerful' bit, given the key transport and economic development decisions from which a West Midlands mayor could potentially be excluded.
Egypt's food and drink sector will grow tepidly over our forecast period due to a weak short-term economic outlook.
That was never a given when he started: Chancellor Angela Merkel was widely reported to have only tepidly backed his candidacy.
House Speaker Ryan, who tepidly endorsed Trump in an op-ed last week published in the Janesville Gazette, (http://newstalk1130.iheart.com/onair/vicki-mckenna-29300/paul-ryan-talks-about-his-decision-14779144/) told WISN, Milwaukee , Friday he doesn't understand Trump's reasoning on attacking the judge.