- n. alternative spelling of follow-through.
“The really good news about this is that my understanding is that the President took a personal interest in this provision, which is crucial because building-out an HSR network in such a big country would require a lot of followthrough.”
“Others said they fear the government hasn't had strong enough measures or adequate followthrough.”
“At least he gets it right, its better to change your mind when you think you are wrong and not followthrough, rather than keep doing the same thing eventhough you know its wrong ...... like you and your fellow oil stealing republicans annie”
“Good shooting is all about the basics, form, breathing, focus and followthrough.”
“Informing the FBI and good operational followthrough by CIA and FBI might have resulted in surveillance of both al-Mihdhar and al-Hazmi.”
“KP and MP stifle the laughter that threatens to derail their followthrough, and Misterpie carries Pumpkinpie back to her room.”
“The followthrough, in the form of a more evergreen campaign, should have happened already, and to the extent the campaign might drive an occasional media buyer to the site, there should be a wealth of links to information supporting the contention that newspapers and newspaper web sites are good choices for advertisers.”
“Or rather, it has inconsistently done a terrible job — most of the time it has done no industry-wide promotion at all, and when it has there have been two or three industry-wide campaigns organized by the NAA in the last decade, it has been done poorly and without followthrough.”
“I am hoping when he sees that it will be added incentive to followthrough but there is a possibility that it will back fire....”
“GAO finds DOD stopped followthrough on tests of 70s”
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