But when we have committed, we must deliver.
Or perhaps they deliver benefits to different groups of people.
A number of experimental coronavirus vaccines don’t deliver whole viruses.
"It's a specialized tight-fitting mask or hood where we deliver oxygen under constant pressure," Shipley told the outlet.
The Delta are an all-metal earphone, tuned to deliver perfect audio for all genres of music.
Vice President Mike Pence, meanwhile, is set to deliver his convention speech from the Fort McHenry monument in Baltimore.
Failure to deliver the programme by this date will mean that the company is in breach of the Programme production agreement.
But, of course, audio and video aren't the only things that we need to deliver to viewers - we also need to deliver subtitles!
She had ownership over her work from the first few weeks and was trusted to “deliver the work and deliver it well” from the start.
It said couriers could choose to deliver larger parcels for extra payment and it did not ask drivers to deliver more than three times without extra payment.
"Finding high-quality resources to deliver against the increased expectations you have around brand, and the brand promise, and the concept you're trying to deliver is very, very hard."
This morning's unsurprising developments are a reminder of one of the truths of this whole process, as put by a former Brexit minister: "To deliver in Brussels, the UK must compromise - but to deliver in Parliament, the UK cannot compromise in Brussels."
"The continued impact of this unprecedented situation will limit our ability to deliver the festival experience that you guys expect, and most importantly to deliver it in a way which protects you, the artists, our team and the local community," it added.
It confirmed there was no legal duty on schools in Wales to deliver a minimum amount of online teaching after schools in England were told it would be mandatory to deliver three to five hours of remote learning per day - a duty overseen by school inspectors.
With an election campaign under way in Australia, which will deliver a government for at least three years, many are saying that this election is the last chance to squeeze commitments from politicians that could deliver the resilience the reef needs to survive.
The BBC is satisfied that the proposals will deliver high public value by improving the quality of BBC iPlayer, ensuring that we deliver a universal service that meets their current expectations and will increase the value audiences receive for their licence fee.
“So for those, like me, who believe passionately that harnessing the power of market economics is the only way to deliver progress … it is imperative that we take decisive action to show that the regulated market model can deliver higher wages and higher living standards.”
They added that the new national charge - also announced last month - would deliver "at least as much, if not more, onsite affordable housing than today", and that the the £11.5bn Affordable Homes Programme "will deliver up to 180,000 new affordable homes across the country."
Owning the transmission and distribution network would give the government considerably more control as it attempted to deliver promises in the leaked manifesto to deliver renewable energy and affordability for consumers, including keeping the average dual fuel bill below £1,000 a year.
The company issued a statement on Wednesday evening, which said, "We are pleased we have met our commitment to deliver enough single-shot vaccines by the end of March to enable the full vaccination of more than 20 million people in the United States," adding that current production rates are, "part of our plan to deliver 100 million single-shot vaccines to the U.S. during the first half of 2021, aiming to deliver those doses by the end of May."
- deliver (a speech, oration, or idea)
- bring to a destination, make a delivery
Example: our local super market delivers
- to surrender someone or something to another
Example: the guard delivered the criminal to the police
- free from harm or evil
- hand over to the authorities of another country
- pass down
- utter (an exclamation, noise, etc.)
Example: The students delivered a cry of joy
- save from sins
- carry out or perform
Example: deliver an attack
- relinquish possession or control over
- throw or hurl from the mound to the batter, as in baseball
Example: The pitcher delivered the ball
- cause to be born
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The company issued a statement on Wednesday evening which said We are pleased we have met our commitment to deliver enough single-shot vaccines by the end of March to enable the full vaccination of more than 20 million people in the United States adding that current production rates are part of our plan to deliver 100 million single-shot vaccines to the US during the first half of 2021 aiming to deliver those doses by the end of May