If the ferry is delayed
as a result of exceptional circumstances such as bad weather, natural disasters, civil unrest and staff strikes then no compensation is due.
In one case, every flight is delayed
by 30 minutes, whereas in the other case the outcome alternates between arriving on time and arriving one hour late.
Needless to say, the extreme levels of preference that developed in Experiment 1 with unsignaled delayed
reinforcement surprised us.
Taken together, these findings from the NPSAS data, which provide a snapshot of all undergraduates in 1999-2000, indicate that delayed
entrants begin their postsecondary education at a relative disadvantage compared with their peers who enroll in postsecondary education immediately after high school graduation.
It is conceivable that a contractor delayed
by the owner or some other cause beyond its control could, first, not recover its own damages due to a no damages for delay clause and, second, have to pay liquidated damages to the owner.
Compared with electrocautery tonsillectomy, harmonic scalpel tonsillectomy was associated with a significantly earlier return to normal diet and activity, a similar degree of perioperative blood loss, and a lower rate of delayed
Men who delayed
feared appearing weak or being thought of as a hypochondriac or lacking in masculinity, recalled past illness or painful examinations, or were embarrassed.
First, contemporaneous notice of a search should not be delayed
unless the government has made a showing of reasonable necessity for the delay.
Efforts to deal with delayed
recovery by setting "Maximal Medical Improvement" (MMI) and therefore limiting funds to these individuals appears to be underway in a number of states.
If your train is delayed
or cancelled, meaning you cannot reasonably arrive at your end destination then compensation should cover any reasonable costs for overnight accommodation.
Significantly higher proportions of men than of women had delayed
two weeks or less with their last casual partner (68% vs.