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Ensuring we never resorted to the two-pronged British approach, which seems to oscillate wildly between half-heartedness and panic, with absolutely nothing in between.
His perceived half-heartedness and lack of value for money since a PS10m move from Manchester City in 2012 have made him unpopular with supporters, but Coleman (pictured left) will not let such emotions dictate his team selection.
Much of the summit's results are marred by hesitancy, half-heartedness, and delay," the statement read.
Here, too, we have a half-heartedness, which, given the state of things, no one can actually manage because Turkey, as we've seen in recent months, is itself threatened by "Islamic State.
Even that defiance carried the sort of defensive half-heartedness that allowed Swansea and Garry Monk this shot in the arm.
He said that the lack of proper planning and half-heartedness to harness the marvelous resources the country owns, Pakistan has become one of the most economically and socially challenged nations.