tentative approach

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Hamilton chairman Ronnie MacDonald admitted a tentative approach has been made but no offer has yet been submitted for a player whose displays have caught the eye of clubs on both sides of the border.
I've found this has created a very tentative approach to dining at Two Cats and this has made trade volatile.
It has become apparent that employers are adopting a tentative approach to hiring as uncertainty over the EU referendum continues to loom.
During the first 45 minutes, United grew into the game slowly as Liverpool took a tentative approach following a quick start.
Phil Neville, who is doing his UEFA Pro Licence, is also out of the frame after turning down a tentative approach from Tyneside.
RYAN SHAWCROSS has turned down another tentative approach from Wales to persuade him to give up his dream of playing for England.
AstraZeneca shares closed almost 5% higher after weekend reports that larger US rival Pfizer had made a tentative approach that could possibly value it at more than PS60 billion.
AstraZeneca shares were 7% higher after weekend reports that larger US rival Pfizer had made a tentative approach that could possibly value it at more than PS60bn.
Other business owners are taking a more tentative approach.
A tentative approach such as this can cause confusion and disconnect, effectively removing the associated benefits and likely increasing the overall cost of implementation.
A tentative approach to social publishing won't work.

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