sagging moment

sagging moment

n
(General Engineering) a bending moment that produces concave bending at the middle of a simple supported beam. Also called: positive bending moment
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But Roger Pringle has always been known as a go-ahead director, conscious of the need for experiment and change, and this evening of Irish music, song and poetry turned out to be completely marvellous without a sagging moment from beginning to end.
But, despite its occasionally sagging moments, director Hany Abu-Assad's compelling romantic-adventure, which is also a two-hander, is devoid of self-indulgent tedium.
If it were not for a few sagging moments in the finale, this account would have ranked very highly indeed.