My gog, but it'll be a quare scowderment at the Day of Judgment when they come tumblin' up in their death-sarks, all jouped together an' trying' to drag their tombsteans with them to prove how good they was, some of them trimmlin' an' dithering
, with their hands that dozzened an' slippery from lyin' in the sea that they can't even keep their gurp o' them.
Scottish Labour MSP James Kelly said: "This confusion and dithering
needs to stop.
In addition, the dithering
technique has been applied to the proportional control in order to reduce the effects of stiction and hysteresis [1-10].
The Prime Minister knows that Britain needs to be open for business - so will she do better than dithering
Dave, and give us a decision without delay?
Set in the remote, small town of Dithering
in the Lingonshire dales (it's on the road to very few places), the new work is described by Barlough as a grim little tale, unlike any other in the Western Lights series, giving the reader a wild ride through some of the strangest country in the sundered realm.
She was held up for a sustained period on the ramp by a driver not involved in the accident but whose dithering
certainly didn't help.
Top officials at the ECB were caught dithering
over the central bank's plan to offer a stimulus to encourage the economy.
However, Carwyn Jones' Labour government has issued 400 consultations in just three years, which is symptomatic of indecision and dithering
in the face of Wales' problems.
On-chip white balancing, high frame rate control dithering
, and 7.
president will keep dithering
, even if Iran produced "the bomb" and nuked a city held by the Syrian president's opponents.
Summary: NEW DELHI - India opened its supermarket sector to foreign chains on Friday after months of dithering
, pushing ahead with the boldest reforms yet in Prime Minister Manmohan Singh's government as it tries to revive the country's tottering economic growth.
Summary: David Cameron has told the Scottish First Minister Alex Salmond to "stop dithering
and start delivering" on Scottish