postponed twice

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  • Our move has been postponed twice now, and we don't go till Monday. ...
  • The flight had been postponed twice because of bad weather. ...
  • The long awaited album was postponed twice due to difficulty in track selection. ...
  • The game at Lancashire was postponed twice before eventually being declared a "tie". ...
  • After the advent was postponed twice, he went silent and waited for the Great Essence to appear. ...
  • The match between Barrow and York City was postponed twice because of a frozen pitch.
  • However, the show was postponed twice due to weather and was instead performed on May 22, 2010. ...
  • The committee hearing had been postponed twice particularly due to Republican opposition to Liu's judicial qualifications and record. ...
  • Donors consequently pulled funding for the election, leading it to be postponed twice in 2013. ...
  • That time was postponed twice by an hour to 11 PM local time, when they felt that track drying was inadequate. ...
  • CicLAvia struggled to have its official grand opening as it was postponed twice before its debut on October 10, 2010. ...
  • The second round was expected to take place on 9 January, but was postponed twice due to bad weather, the match eventually being played on 19 January.
  • The Brisbane show, which was held at the Milton Park Tennis Courts, was postponed twice due to poor weather.
  • The inquiry was postponed twice because the RCMP had declined to participate until Crown Counsel made a decision whether to lay criminal charges against the officers involved. ...
  • DVA Sports managed to have foreclosure auctions postponed twice by making interest payments on their debt until 2009. ...
  • The Congress tasked with the unification of the movement, initially set for April, was postponed twice, as the dispute regarding international dragged on. ...
  • Athy's last county final for thirty years was that of 1946 when the weather, and then the "save the harvest" campaign caused the county final to be postponed twice. ...
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