postponed owing

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  • The marriage should have taken place last June, but was postponed owing to the grandfather's death. ...
  • It turns out that the execution has had to be postponed owing to electrical problems with the chair. ...
  • There remained the principal business, the battle of the north -- postponed owing to the necessity of waiting for the British Army. ...
  • Several times his funeral was privily arranged, but on each occasion was postponed owing to the failure of the corpse to be present. ...
  • The originally scheduled Saturday fixture was postponed owing to a waterlogged pitch and moved to mid-week. ...
  • The Barcelona-to-Bilbao motor race has been postponed owing to strikes in Spain. ...
  • The initial tie on the Saturday was postponed owing to frozen pitch at the County Ground. ...
  • This fight was postponed due to the main bout being postponed owing to a rib injury to Mayweather. ...
  • The works were originally due to take place in June 2009, but were postponed owing to the presence of rare bats roosting in the spans of the bridge. ...
  • The attack, having been postponed owing to the bad weather, was eventually fixed to take place on the morning of July 1st, and we left Pommier again the night before to take up our position at Foncquevillers. ...
  • His voice, however, did not hold up well during the second and third acts of the first performance, and the repetition (for the next day) had to be postponed owing to his hoarseness, and when it did appear many cuts were made in the part. ...
  • The wedding, however, had been postponed owing to a slight illness of the veteran scientist, and just as he was on the point of final recovery from it, death intervened to prevent altogether the execution of his design. ...
  • The church wedding was to have taken place at the La Cambre Abbey in Ixelles on 28 August, but it was postponed owing to his father's illness.
  • A girl child who is born on the day fixed for weddings may, however, be married twelve days afterwards, the twelfth night being called Mando Rat, and on this occasion any other weddings which may have been unavoidably postponed owing to a death or illness in the families may also be completed. ...
  • The re-appearance of the dignified Chamberlain on the street of the village was eagerly hailed by the revellers, as a pledge that the play, or dramatic representation, which had been postponed owing to his absence, was now full surely to commence. ...
  • The 2007 tournament was due to be played in Lahore, Pakistan in November 2007 but was postponed owing to the state of emergency in Pakistan, and subsequently shifted to South Africa, where was played in February 2008. ...
  • The inaugural season of WSH was to take place from 17 December 2011 to 22 January 2012 but later was postponed owing to Olympic qualifiers. ...
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