behind time


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She was behind time, an' around the Puget Sound ports we worked like niggers, storing cargo-mixed freight, if you know what that means.
The above two preliminary studies motivated the present research work by establishing a strong base to proceed further for a detailed analysis of the reasons behind time delays and thereby finding remedies to mitigate them in improving the service levels of pharmaceutical projects.
Last October, Related Companies, the developer behind Time Warner Center and the Hudson Yards--the largest development currently underway in the US--bought a 50 percent stake in boutique residential brokerage CORE.
The Dermot Weld-trained Don Camillo also ran at Ascot where he finished down the field behind Time Test in the Tercentenary Stakes.
Another Dubai-owned horse to miss the mark was Mustadeem, who finished third behind Time Test in the Group 2 Tercentenary Stakes.
Explaining how he was medically withdrawn on the penultimate leg of the march, he told the inquest: "At this point I realised I was well behind time.
Explaining how he was medically withdrawn on the penultimate leg of the march he told the inquest: "At this point I realised I was well behind time.
Explaining how he was medically withdrawn on the second-to-last leg of the march, he told the inquest: "At this point I realised I was well behind time.
Hogan, author of The Apostate, Angels in the Ozarks, and Living Behind Time
The scheme is over budget, way behind time and inhuman.
Quinz is still a novice as he was unconvincing in his first spell over fences but he is a transformed individual this term, winning at Exeter and Ascot before Christmas and running respectably at Cheltenham behind Time For Rupert.
They expected to cross the line at the time of the tragic double blasts but Margaret's injury kept them safe - and a mile behind time - when the tragic scenes unfolded, top