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And it shows the Welsh Government's decision to move so much funding from one pillar to another to be overly hasty given its likely effects.
But lawyers said the case was a timely reminder that the FCA, born last year with fresh powers to enforce market conduct, should not be overly hasty in its attempts to improve market integrity in London.
His quick response to the Cairo embassy statement, roundly questioned as overly hasty, was consistent with that larger campaign strategy.
However, an overly hasty reversal of the US fiscal stance based primarily on government spending cuts could be counterproductive given the fragile situation of the US economy.
Where Semitists and historical linguists in general have been overly hasty to attribute language change to language contact, including some very ill-conceived notions of "contact" that often involve considerable hand-waving, Kapeliuk has distinguished herself by addressing the larger picture suggested by the evidence of relatively far-flung but ultimately related languages, positing internal processes driven by their own evolution as an alternative to traditional narratives of contact, induced change ("Languages in Contact: The Contemporary Semitic World," "Some Common Traits in the Evolution of Neo-Syriac and Neo-Ethiopian," "Regularity and Deviation in Peripheral Neo-Semitic," "Is Modern Hebrew the Only 'Indo-Europeanized' Semitic Language?
Encouragingly, respondents suggest that as yet, banks are not overly hasty on foreclosing on properties in breach of loan agreements with less than two in 10 surveyors reporting an increase in the speed of foreclosure, which was in line with the previous quarter.
The respondents suggest, that, as yet, banks are not overly hasty on foreclosing on properties in breach of loan agreements, with fewer than two in 10 surveyors reporting an increase in the speed of foreclosure, which was in line with the previous quarter.
Finally, the third section argues that contemporary philosophers have been overly hasty in their dismissal of Leibniz's account of natural teleology, and indeed that their own generally thin conceptions of teleology have left them with few well-motivated resources for resisting his elegant position.
Their prices vary widely, and the cost of overly hasty care for chronic conditions--which are often more clinically challenging than expected--would be difficult to measure.
Interviewed just before Christmas, the defender stated: "People are already announcing my arrival in England - but this is overly hasty.
Interviewed just before Christmas, the defender said: 'People are already announcing my arrival in England - but this is overly hasty.
This would be an overly hasty conclusion, for the very history of the oath of divorce hints at a much greater complexity.