inexcusable delay

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That the Proceedings herein be and the same are hereby dismissed for want of prosecution on the grounds of inordinate and inexcusable delay in the plaintiff's prosecuting the claim herein.
The Gauteng spokesperson for the opposition Democratic Alliance, Jack Bloom, said "The acid mine drainage crisis in Gauteng has been mishandled from the start, characterised by inexcusable delay and policy zigzags.
This might not be the case but it was the impression created by the inexcusable delay.
At the Court of Appeal, Lord Justice Mummery said in a ruling in April last year that Fisher, now a computer programmer from Croydon, south London, was "guilty of excessive and inexcusable delay in asserting his claim" for copyright.
She said: "He believes there has been an inordinate and inexcusable delay in the bringing of these proceedings by the GMC.
Lord Justice Mummery said Fisher, now a computer programmer, of south London, was "guilty of excessive and inexcusable delay in asserting his claim".
The inexcusable delay [in bringing the charges] of the Health and Safety Executive, according to Judge Rogers, has affected Mr and Mrs Porter as well as Kian's parents and family.
Sunlight is the best disinfectant, but this kind of inexcusable delay by federal agencies just keeps us in the dark.
It's been a tremendous financial hardship for the family for an unacceptable and inexcusable delay,'' Hidalgo said.
The dilatoriness of the taxpayer in submitting this documentation was found to be an inexcusable delay and a failure to "deal promptly with the missed deadline," as specified in Rev.