snail-paced


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snail-paced

(snāl′pāst′)
adj.
Moving with extreme slowness.
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As the longest whodunit in soap history trundles on in all its snail-paced lack of glory, this is what we're subjected to.
TO THE WONDER No doubt some folk would regard this snail-paced movie as a work of art.
Sydney, Aug 26 ( ANI ): The Australian media has claimed that England deserved not winning the last Ashes Test at The Oval because they themselves had done their best to kill the match with a cynical mixture of slow over rates and snail-paced batting.
While competitors Germany and France saw increases in wages after inflation, the UK's snail-paced recovery has resulted in a 5.
To date, many parents of the children here struggle at home with snail-paced broadband which in turn impacts on the learning and researching capability of both primary and secondary children," he said.
He said they had been faced with numerous problems due to the snail-paced work on the reconstruction projects.
After a snail-paced opening half-hour, 14-year-old American kid Will (Alexander Ludwig) discovers that he is The Seeker who must fight the forces of darkness.
In their marbleized blood-orange unitards, white belts and wrist bands, designed by Nadine Baylis, they started with a series of snail-paced, deep plies in second, stretching and lunging, before progressing to smaller groupings with more active motions.
Simpson's snail-paced return to his Brentwood home in June 1994.
We don't know how many people already die each year because the snail-paced FDA keeps lifesaving drugs off the market, and we won't know how many children will die in the future because the VFC program kept new vaccines from ever even reaching the FDA approval process.
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