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use "postpone" in a sentence

Mayor Pat Sims postpone the discussion of the bypass route.

Like in a court, the judge will often hear a case and then postpone judgement.

President Nkurunziza, 51, has rejected calls to postpone next month's election.

I heard they voted to postpone demolition tenders, which is great news, he said.

They had wanted to do it the year before but had to postpone it (for obvious reasons).

Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta called on Nkurunziza to postpone next month's election.

If the Fed decides to postpone rate liftoff, it will truly enter unchartered territory.

However, the airline asked to postpone the launch of the services because of funding issues.

The opposition has accused Conde of using the Ebola epidemic as an excuse to postpone voting.

Environment Canada is advising residents to postpone non-essential travel until conditions improve.

Mayor Jose Flores expressed strong disappointment his three colleagues decided to postpone the item.

A Lebanese proverb tells us, "Do today what you want to postpone until tomorrow."

Dr. Joel Noble once observed that the purpose of medicine is to prevent significant disease, to decrease pain, and to postpone death when it is meaningful to do so.

I sent a memo to the other committee members asking them to postpone our next meeting for a week because I'll be out of town.

A Filipino proverb suggests, "Postpone today's anger until tomorrow."

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