However, even using the soft patch
or EWARP requires work controls and quality assurance to ensure an effective, temporary repair.
So, we're certainly looking at a soft patch
over the next 12 to 24 months.
The economy continued to recover after emerging from a soft patch
that had persisted since the summer of 2004, he said.
But by the summer's end, it had come out of the soft patch
and was fully in gear.
Policymakers have highlighted the risk of slowing household spending dragging down the wider British economy and warned the downturn could be more than just a temporary soft patch
Summarized Chris Melendez, president of Tempest Asset Management in California: "We think the soft patch
in the U.
The soft patch
is actually providing a window of opportunity for people who are timing their home purchase.
That, of course, will depend on the economy and on just how temporary the soft patch
Paint a small circle of tincture of iodine on a soft patch
of skin and see how long it takes to disappear.
It was preparing to take 140 passengers to a second Caribbean island, St Lucia, when its wheel became stuck in a soft patch
of asphalt while turning on the runway.
In 1976, workers struck a soft patch
of rock, and 80 tons of water per minute pounded into the tunnel.
Partial data suggest a significantly stronger increase in the second quarter, as the economy, as expected, accelerated out of its soft patch
around the turn of the year.