1problema técnico masculine
- Instead a mission that's already had its share of hitches and glitches will land somewhere tomorrow.
- This was a mistake, a glitch or hiccup in Lara's life plans.
- People who would love and cherish a child and because of some cosmic glitch may never get to do so.
- In reality, there are a number of opportunities for glitches, delays and missteps.
- It may seem obvious after shares in a glitch company have recovered, but how do investors differentiate a glitch from a problem that is more systemic within a business?
- The ten-year term of the contract should supply enough time to work through the inevitable glitches and to obtain real benefits.
- The revenue management general manager blamed the problem on internal glitches in the municipality.
- The trick is to be prepared for all the unexpected glitches.
- A slight glitch in the real life, nothing terribly serious, just time consuming.
- The daily meeting provides you with an opportunity to ask questions and be reassured, and it provides the contractor with an opportunity to explain glitches, delays, and so on.
- He soon learns that the complex has been inconvenienced by security glitches.
- From the perspective of senior combat officers, these problems are not simply minor glitches in an otherwise adequate plan, but rather symptoms of a deeply flawed blueprint.
- You might encounter schedule changes, unpredictable weather delays or any number of travel glitches.
- As your ruler Mercury goes retrograde, you could experience an unexpected glitch.
- But it seems to me that we've encountered more glitches of late, as the competitive landscape has heated up.
- The one glitch of the play that I must note was the unexpected thunder at the start of the second half of the performance after intermission.
- I was the unexpected glitch in everyone's plan.
- There are so many problems, so many glitches, so many ways with which this bill is not good even short-term policy, that we are going to have to figure out a way to address it.
- Pretesting was very important for detecting a range of potential problems, from logistical glitches to problems with methods or threats to accuracy.