Recent Examples of snail's pace from the Web
Previous contract negotiations have moved at a snail's pace, though.
But like before, all of a sudden my network returned to a snail's pace.
The negotiations appear to be moving at a snail's pace, and each round leaves a sense of deja vu, with Barnier lamenting the lack of movement, and Davis appealing for more European flexibility.
Puerto Rico's bankruptcy case has been moving at a snail's pace compared to typical bankruptcies.
The agency has essentially ground to a snail's pace because new leadership has discouraged new ideas from employees and slowed down existing initiatives.
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