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Liverpool Chamber of Commerce said 75% of members who answered a survey about the impact of the strikes yesterday said it would cause staffing problems, including unpunctuality, absenteeism, and extra holidays having to be taken.
In this company the unpunctuality was-S sacrilegious.
Delays due to traffic cannot be helped and it is appreciated when a bus driver apologises for his unpunctuality.
You could try to control his unpunctuality by always asking him to meet you earlier than you want, and being late yourself.
Richter's arrival is reassuring to those who know his reputation for unpunctuality, which stems from a disinclination ever to travel by air or train; for this series of concerts he has in fact been driven by car the whole way from Moscow.
I, as a regular user, have never been unduly bothered by allegations of unpunctuality.