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  • n  a feeling of diffidence and indecision about doing something

  • Thirty-second ad focuses on McCain's hesitance to answer a question about insurance companies covering Viagra over birth control.
  • That's why Thompson doesn't believe the drug industry's hesitance to develop male hormonal birth control is merely about money.
  • But their hesitance after Gustav to allow residents to quickly return to areas that lacked basic services like electricity, grocery stores and gas stations brought the same .

  • Mohammad Khatami in Earthtimes (press release)
    I swear to God that my hesitance and thorough evaluations to run in the election does not mean that I am running away from responsibility or consider my own expediency,Khatami said in a speech in Ilam, western Iran.
  • Ali Babacan in New York Times
    Turkey's foreign minister, Ali Babacan, who is scheduled to meet with Iraqi officials in Baghdad on Tuesday, said, "There is not even a tiny bit of hesitance."
  • David Schwimmer in Starpulse.com (blog)
    Speaking at the launch of his movie directorial debut Run, Fatboy, Run, Schwimmer says, "I wouldn't rule out working with any of those guys again. We would never do that show again. But I'd have no hesitance working with them again. They are a very...

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