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  • 21 delaying tactics — UK [dɪˈleɪɪŋ ˌtæktɪks] / US [dɪˌleɪɪŋ ˈtæktɪks] noun [plural] things that are deliberately said or done to make a process slower …

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  • 22 delaying tactic — /dəˈleɪɪŋ tæktɪk/ (say duh laying taktik) noun an action taken to avoid the immediate occurrence of something undesirable that one perceives to be about to happen. Also, stalling tactic …

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  • 23 delaying creditors — Building obstructions to hold creditors where they cannot obtain their lawful demands from assets of the debtor. 37 Am J2d Frd Conv §§ 5 et seq; interposing something unjustifia bly, before creditors can realize what is due them out of the debtor …

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  • 24 delaying action — noun : a defensive military action in which advance of an enemy is delayed by fighting as long as possible without the defensive force becoming involved in decisive battle that would imperil its withdrawal …

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  • 25 delaying tactic — noun [count] : something that is done in order to delay a decision, an occurrence, etc. called also (chiefly US) delay tactic …

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  • 26 hindering and delaying creditors — Acts which impede or retard creditors in their lawful efforts to subject the property of their debtor to their lawful claims, performed with the fraudulent intent to defraud. Clayton v Clark, 76 Kan 832, 92 P 1117. An act impeding or retarding… …

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  • 27 fourching — Delaying a litigation …

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  • 28 Delayed sleep phase syndrome — Classification and external resources ICD 10 G47.2 ICD 9 327.31 …

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  • 29 Battle of Fort Eben-Emael — Infobox Military Conflict conflict=Battle for Fort Eben Emael partof=World War II caption= date=10 May, 1940 – 11 May, 1940 place=Fort Eben Emael, near the city of Maastricht in the Netherlands result=Decisive German victory… …

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  • 30 Battle of Chochiwon — Part of Korean War …

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  • 31 stone wall — noun a fence built of rough stones; used to separate fields (Freq. 2) • Hypernyms: ↑fence, ↑fencing • Hyponyms: ↑dry wall, ↑dry stone wall * * * noun 1 …

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  • 32 stone´wall´er — stone|wall «STOHN WL», intransitive verb. 1. (in cricket) to bat solely to protect the wicket. 2. a) Especially British. to obstruct business, especially parliamentary business, by long speeches or other delaying tactics. b) to obstruct or… …

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  • 33 stone|wall — «STOHN WL», intransitive verb. 1. (in cricket) to bat solely to protect the wicket. 2. a) Especially British. to obstruct business, especially parliamentary business, by long speeches or other delaying tactics. b) to obstruct or prevent any… …

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  • 34 Battle of Kursk — Operation Citadel Part of the Eastern Front of World War II …

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  • 35 Norwegian Campaign — Part of the Second World War German forces advancing near Bagn in Va …

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  • 36 Demand response — This article is about the electrical concept. For the transport concept, see Demand responsive transport. A clothes dryer using a demand response switch to reduce peak demand In electricity grids, demand response (DR) is similar to dynamic demand …

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  • 37 Chronology of the 2009 Honduran constitutional crisis — Contents 1 September 30, 2008 2 November 11, 2008 3 February 2009 3.1 February 17 …

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  • 38 TRANSPLANTS — Advances in medical knowledge and technology have made possible the transplantation of organs from a deceased (or, in the case of some organs such as a kidney, from a living) person into another individual stricken with disease, and this… …

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  • 39 Fabius Maximus — For other people with similar names, see Fabius#Fabii Maximi. Roman Dictator Quintus Fabius Maximus Verrucosus Cunctator Quintus Fabius Maximus Verrucosus Cunctator (ca. 280 BC – 203 BC) was a Roman politician and general, born in Rome around 280 …

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  • 40 First Battle of El Alamein — Part of Western Desert Campaign …

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