deferred

All Verb Adjective
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  • West then deferred her law degree studies after she was offered the role. ...
  • They did not defer what they did when they showed what they had done. ...
  • The difficult issue of who would control the education system was deferred until after independence.
  • While the data must still be written back eventually, the write-back may be deferred. ...
  • Why should we then defer, my own, What must be done or late or soon?
  • I might defer writing to you until the arrival of my child. ...
  • You should certainly not defer your visit if it is to be of any use. ...
  • She deferred to her father's experience, however, and became party vice-president. ...
  • I must therefore defer my call till I can move better. ...
  • It was already evening however, and he would have to defer his visit until the following day. ...
  • Often the deferred amount is larger than the amount paid at marriage. ...
  • I will defer your explanation till our next meeting -- may it be soon. ...
  • Jesus did not defer to a woman simply because she was a woman. ...
  • He signed the contract, deferring college for a year in cause the football did not work out. ...
  • Seeing the office crowded, he said he would defer speaking till another day. ...
  • Her absence at present would, at all events, make it necessary to defer any action. ...
  • We should not defer a day longer than necessary the construction of such a cable. ...
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