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We know we put the quilt in jeopardy every time it goes out the door, but to accomplish our mission we could never let it languish on the shelves," Rhoad says.
What might happen in the future if some Chinese prosper, like the partying teens pictured on pages 14-15, while others, like Chu Chen Deng, languish in poverty?
The uptake of BI solutions will languish unless gaps in market knowledge are addressed.
Aziz, however, continued to languish in Tihar Jail for seven more years for the government failed to ascertain his antecedents and deport him.
Many of them languish in prison for years even after completing jail terms given to them.
User-generated content has taken the web by storm, but 'high-value' content such as full-length post-theatrical movie releases and the online services that distribute them continue to languish.
The choreographer was unique in his absorption of literary sources like the Cartes du Tendre (maps of romantic conquest) of the period, and yet he did not languish in this sentimental landscape.
The uptake of business intelligence solutions will languish unless gaps in market knowledge are addressed.
But in wars, some soldiers become war prisoners in the hands of enemies and had no option but to languish in jails and special camps and in such situation some Pakistani soldiers arrested by Indian soldiers in the war of 1965.
The example set by this broad interpretation on Freedom Wireless' patents will not only harm prepaid billing vendors and wireless providers but it will also languish consumer adoption.
It is shocking that a slam-dunk proposal would languish for months, even while council members lament the burdens of workers' comp costs, expected to be $142 million this year.
The flight to quality has precipitated a great demand for the truly Class A properties and when a block of space in a truly Class A building comes available there is immediately competition for the space, as opposed to perhaps lesser quality buildings where major blocks of space have tended to languish for long periods of time.