Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
But I am not going to be rushed into a decision.
If it seems like he's rushing into a decision, it's only because his mind is three steps ahead of yours.
"We never want to be rushed into a decision."
It is not wise to rush into a decision, he said, even in an emergency - say, after a hurricane.
And it prevents me from rushing into a decision that might make the problem worse."
But ABC sensed that it was being rushed into a decision.
Kennedy refuses to rush into a decision, but he does say that first day: "We're certainly going to do No. 1.
I'm not going to rush into a decision.'
Think carefully, don't rush into a decision, don't feel pressured into making one before you're ready.
"But we're not rushing into a decision.
At seven years old, he felt rushed into a decision, hoping as soon as he had committed that it wasn't binding.
try not to rush into a decision you may later regret
NOBODY wants to rush into a decision about something so important as hiring a football coach.
Don't rush into a decision."
Mr. Greenspan went on to suggest that the Fed would not rush into a decision about reducing rates just because of this week's slide in stocks.
"We should keep our powder dry, rather than just going in automatic lock step or rushing into a decision pell-mell," Mr. Houghton said.
I told her that she should consider everything, weigh all her options, not rush into a decision that would undoubtedly affect the rest of her life.
The National Football League's newest coach, Jimmy Johnson, who is taking over the Dallas Cowboys, is not one to rush into a decision.
In this latest round of farm price negotiations, the Council suddenly rushed into a decision, without waiting for a proposal from the Commission, namely to renew this 5 % set-aside rate.
Lawmakers do not want to be rushed into a decision on Mr. Ashcroft, and some want to give more time to the coalition of liberal groups that are trying to defeat the nomination.
"Enrollment was up, finances were never better, but they rushed into a decision without considering other alternatives or hearing from all constituents," said Barbara S. Caparell, an alumna and party to the civil suit.
In his recent face-to-face talks with some of the league's owners, Tagliabue asked those who may be looking for a head coach at the end of the year not to rush into a decision, according to several owners.
Fletcher said he had spoken to Graham Gooch during the past week but that Gooch was still insistent that he would not be rushed into a decision about the England captaincy.
Mr. Köhler, who assumed the largely ceremonial post of president in 2004 after being head of the International Monetary Fund, called the issues "complex," and said he would not be rushed into a decision.
The White House and the leaders of the two parties in Congress have made clear that they do not want to rush into a decision and would like to see some hard data on the state of the economy after Sept. 11 before moving ahead.