Pearl White was hesitant to accept the title role, but signed up for $250/week and a large amount of publicity.
People are so hesitant in breaking social bonds that in many cases, they are hesitant to dissolve even bad relationships that could be potentially destructive.
The piece opens with an introductory passage whose chief feature is its hesitant pizzicato manner.
In the absence of mutuality, courts are more hesitant to apply collateral estoppel in an offensive setting than in a defensive one.
Though granted political risk insurance for the project by OPIC in 2004, private investors were hesitant to commit to the initial phases of development.
Dumville allows for the possibility that Secundinus participated in the Palladian mission, but is more hesitant.
D'Angelo is very hesitant about discipline (such as the brutal beating of Johnny Weeks, or punishing dealers Cass and Sterling for stealing small amounts).
Charles Albert received a number of nicknames, including "the Italian Hamlet" (given to him by Giosuè Carducci on account of his gloomy, hesitant and enigmatic character) and "the Hesitant King" ("Re Tentenna") because he hesitated for a long time between the establishment of a constitutional monarchy and the reinforcement of absolute rule.
The overwhelming success of certain vaccinations has made certain diseases rare, and, consequently, has led to incorrect heuristic thinking in weighing risks against benefits among people who are vaccine-hesitant.
COVID-19 is also considered to disproportionately affect low-income immigrants, who may have higher risk of exposure, misinformation, and be hesitant to access care.
The project collapsed in 2018, when CME pulled out and the UK Royal Mint was hesitant to find a new partner.
Munechika receives the messenger, but he is hesitant to accept the request, as he has no smithing partner at his own level.
OfferUp conducted surveys about marketplace opportunities and saw that women, in particular, were hesitant because of safety concerns.
Critics claim academics have been hesitant to speak out against repression for fear of retribution.
In 2004 HLC established its Victim-Witness Support Programme to encourage and support hesitant witnesses testify in war crimes proceedings before the Serbian courts.
The band's label, Atlantic, was hesitant about the idea and the band eventually conceded.
Tamika Catchings, who led Indiana with 24 points and 12 rebounds, agreed that her teammates became hesitant. She said this is the wrong time for that.
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