- adv. Scotland In a timely manner.
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“It also timeously destroys Mr. Speaker Martin's self-serving and pompous valediction in which he sought to claim that if MPs had adopted proposals made last year, all would have been well, the implication being that he had been at the forefront of such changes and had been thwarted by the House.”
“If you needed more, his serial failure to declare donations to the Electoral Commission timeously, which were, on the face of it, criminal offences add considerable lustre to his reputation for sleaze.”
“However, I would not excercise myself too much if, in an extreme scenario, one of our chaps, decided that the only way to obtain certain information timeously, was to waterboard a suspected terrorist warlord.”
“Unless those people can provide a satisfactory explanation for their failure properly to act timeously, they must be dismissed.”
“It soon became all too obvious that such a plan, if it existed, was not exactly being executed timeously.”
“If they made the drugs accessible long ago, my sister would still be alive," said Moloi, who remains angry at the government's failure to act timeously.”
“The minister said the report came timeously in light of the start of the 16 Days of Activism Against Women and Children Abuse campaign.”
“If land is not secured timeously, construction is at risk of being delayed so the company has introduced systems to accelerate the process.”
“Not being milked timeously is extremely painful," said the council.”
“Some departments do not respond timeously to queries until after the report is printed on the ATC”
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