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“The Dome was over budget but on-time …. .and the Footbal Association (!) was in charge of re-building Wembley stadium which was an over budget and delayed project.”
“London is not Athens or Delhi and the Olympic facilities although costing way more than they should will be on-time and hopefully impressive and green,”
“Andrew Cuomo has said he hopes the Legislature will approve an on-time budget before the state's fiscal year begins April 1.”
“Ultimately, the Legislature has the power to say no and check his prerogatives by forcing a showdown over an on-time budget," said David Catalfamo , a senior aide in the Pataki administration.”
“Nearly two-thirds of students who graduated on-time this year from New York City high schools weren't prepared for college, the Department of Education said Monday.”
“The city said just 37% of on-time graduates—which excludes students who needed more than four years to graduate—were ready for college when judged against standards that are used by the City University of New York.”
“* We will publish gas and waste production figures from every well, accurately, and on-time.”
“Apprehensions about on-time delivery, quality of products are coming down, he said.”
“The Montreal-based company introduced lean-manufacturing techniques in 2007 that improved on-time aircraft delivery and lowered the labor count per unit.”
“Since taking office in January, Mr. Cuomo has passed an on-time $132.5 billion state budget and avoided pitfalls that have ensnared his predecessors, like Mr. Spitzer, whose fiscal plans became entangled in squabbles with lawmakers and provoked uproar among the public health-care lobby and other powerful interest groups.”
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