They bemoan the fact that poker games are too often delayed because people get up to take smoke breaks.
If she cries rape, her trial will be delayed until after she has given birth—when she will again face the death penalty.
The rollout was delayed by Hurricane Sandy and software glitches.
The rain here in Tampa, though not yet at tropical-storm levels, has put a damper on the now delayed convention.
Yet the White House continues to repeat the trope that the program can, at best, be delayed a few years.
In 1726, the treaty of Hanover was delayed by these means a whole year.
"I am sorry she was delayed, but she would not leave my sister," I replied.
It ought to do very well—if I'm not delayed on the road by snow.
I had been delayed; Margaret Murchie might regain her senses.
The house indeed might offer us shelter for a time, but the end would only be delayed.