After, or rather before myself, you have a master to consult, that master being the king; it is loyal in you to submit yourself voluntarily to this double proof; I will grant your request without delay
So I write at once, knowing that good chances are often lost through needless delay.
Emily's eager nature was depressed and irritated by the prospect of delay.
He had just decided to delay
his visit to South Morden no longer, when the errand-boy employed by Sharon brought him this message: "The old 'un's at home, and waitin' to see yer.
Looking in turn at constant delays
, time-varying delays
, and state-dependent delays
, they consider such aspects as linear systems with distributed delays
, nonlinear systems with input delay
, the robustness of linear constant-delay predictors to time-varying delay perturbations, stability analysis for locally stabilized systems with input delay, and state-dependent delays
that depend on delayed states.
An obvious caveat of counting flight delays
is that the duration of delay
plays no role in the delay
Media coverage of airline service problems, combined with congressional hearings on these problems, has put flight delays
and cancellations in the spotlight.
It is well known that the duration of the delay
between a response and consequence is inversely related to the impact of that consequence on future responding, and even short delays
can greatly undermine the effectiveness of a consequence.
Production problems with the A380 that have led to two-year delays
have plunged the planemaker into a crisis and forced it to re-examine its projects and restructure the business.
Waxman, who has battled the situation for months amid complaints from constituents, demanded Thursday that officials review the delays
and recommend ways to fix the problem.
caused by the owner's bad faith or its willful, malicious, or grossly negligent conduct, (2) uncontemplated delays
, (3) delays
so unreasonable that they constitute an intentional abandonment of the contract by the contractee, and (4) delays
resulting from the contractee's breach of a fundamental obligation of the contract.
1) In a study that asked women to identify factors that delayed
their efforts to obtain an abortion, those who sought an abortion during the second trimester reported greater delays
than first-trimester patients at each step of the process, from suspecting that they were pregnant to coming to the clinic.