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use "laggard" in a sentence

Another chief named online gaming as a sector laggard.

Another laggard, IBM, announced at its annual investors' meeting that the firm will spend $4 billion on cloud, analytics, mobile, social and security businesses in 2015.

Another laggard was Berea College, which
a more invested interest in lag and his deliveries, though the reason for this is unknown.

Being individually smaller they do not suffer from excessive lag and having the second turbo operating at a higher RPM range allows it to get to full rotational speed before it is required.

The reality was that the game had terrible lag issues, for which konami was highly criticized for.

Within a week, almost all boards had been completely restored, with little to no further errors, lag or downtime, save for minor inconveniences such as posts appearing out of order in various forums.

The heavier ones lag behind while the lighter ones pull ahead.

Determining who goes first can be done by any means ( lag usually, but also coin toss, tournament stipulations about player order, etc.).

They cited a lag in cultural attitudes as part of the reason for donning such dress.

Women's Individual Competition Jelena Rublevska Silver Medal Although she seemed to lag in some events, Jelena Rublevska came on strong in fencing and running August 27 and earned a silver medal with a total of 5,380 points.

Prolongation of the lag phase of irradiated Escherichia coli.

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