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  • n  quality of coming late or later in time

  • The Met's Volpe finally lost patience with her rehearsal shenanigans -- which included lateness and even absence, as well as withering criticism of her fellow performers and flaky .
  • When colleges report kids explaining their lateness to class with the excuse that their mother forgot their wake-up call, when a professor finds undergraduates communicating with .
  • It wasn't the lateness of his entry fully six months after most of his rivals that killed his campaign.
News & Articles

  • Compelling 'Fruitvale' explores racial tension in real-world terms
    New Year’s Eve, 2009: Oscar Grant hides a bag of marijuana down his pants before slipping a surprise pack of fruit snacks to his daughter at preschool. He snarls in the face of his former boss, demanding to be re-hired despite his history of lateness. Oscar calls his mother to wish her a happy birthday, promising to buy the clams she wanted. read more
    Aug. 1, 2013 - The Michigan Daily

  • Howard Berman in Economic Times
    Warning that an NSG waiver "inconsistent" with the enabling US law, the 2006 Hyde Act will "jeopardise" the nuclear deal in the US Congress, Berman told Rice that "given the lateness in the congressional session, it would be better to review these...
  • Mudge in Freshinfo
    The problem was the lateness of the decision - it meant some growers were rushing to diversify into other crops such as barley and potatoes,explains Tim Mudge, commercial manager of PVGA.
  • Glen Mason in Wolverine Insider (subscription)
    If Kansas beats Missouri and then let's say loses to Oklahoma, which would be a quality loss too, because of the lateness of the loss would almost certainly knock them out,Mason said. "I think Ohio State is in a good position."

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