Lagging


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Lagging

Strategy used by a firm to stall payments, normally in response to exchange rate projections.

Lagging

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He asked for a glass of milk, which he drank standing, at one draught (nothing but tea had passed his lips since the morning), and was going away with a weary, lagging step when a thought stopped him short.
Ishmael himself superintended and directed the whole, occasionally applying his colossal shoulder to some lagging vehicle, until he saw that the chief difficulty, that of gaining the level of their intended route, was accomplished.
Raskolnikov walked with lagging steps, as though still hesitating whether to go or not.
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The central bank of Indonesia has said that the nation's banking system was lagging behind other nations.
The Poor Half Billion in South Asia: What is Holding Back Lagging Regions?
But disaster struck when the lagging around the pipe caught fire.
Tesco cannot be accused of lagging behind its competitors.
The Arrowhead ceramic lagging solves the problems of belt slippage and pulley lagging wear, according to the company's two-page bulletin.
Price discovery of real estate investment has been getting lots of attentions from researchers and it is generally believed that lagging errors exist in appraisal-based returns of commercial real estate investments, in comparison to other investment instruments traded in the stock market.
As an example, he noted that in the pharmaceutical sector, New Jersey continues to lose jobs to Massachusetts and California because it is lagging in top-ranked colleges and universities and advanced degrees.