The democratic process is an inconvenience.
Thank you for your patience and apologies for any inconvenience caused."
Denialism is a post‑enlightenment phenomenon, a reaction to the “inconvenience” of many of the findings of modern scholarship.
Critics maintain that monorails involve greater cost, unsightliness, passenger inconvenience, low speed, and inefficient switching of cars.
You feel like an inconvenience to them, like someone interjecting on their soliloquy.
“It would appear that whenever data of this kind does not pose an inconvenience to the government, it’s readily made available.
Spokesperson Salvador Panelo apologised for “unintentional inconvenience suffered by our athlete guests” and said Duterte “will not offer any excuses”.
In this complicated and high-stakes operation, humanitarian, diplomatic and media agencies will have to endure the inconvenience of heeding to the direction of the government.
Any commuters we might inconvenience won’t know this, of course, but I suspect that if they did know it—if they heard the word “Oprah”—most of them would mind the inconvenience less.
We will do our utmost to perform this action without any unnecessary inconvenience to our customers, and we apologise for the inconvenience caused and are grateful for our customers’ cooperation.”
Ms Sturgeon responded: "I completely agree that this level of discomfort and inconvenience for passengers as a result of overcrowding in no way reflects the service level for which this government and indeed Scottish tax payers, of course, are paying.
Those with disabilities face a mixture of inconvenience, official indifference, harassment, and, all too often, blatant discrimination that simply wouldn’t be acceptable in many similarly advanced economies, whenever they venture on to public transport.
In a letter sent to Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, Schoen wrote: "I apologize for the inconvenience my request that impeachment proceedings not be conducted during the Jewish Sabbath undoubtedly will cause other people involved in the proceedings."
In open letters to students and staff, Cardiff's vice-chancellor Colin Riordan offered "sincere apologies" for inconvenience, adding: "My priority throughout the strike period is to ensure that any disruption to education and the student experience is minimised."
In a statement on Friday, Ms Mallon said she recognised that the news that driving tests are "to cease" would "cause considerable inconvenience and frustration for learner drivers, given that the service was already in high demand from the previous lockdown period".
Anthony Smith, chief executive of the transport user watchdog, Transport Focus, said: “Engineering works could be a major inconvenience, especially if it means having to use rail replacement bus services or make longer, unfamiliar journeys while London Euston is closed.
Anthony Smith, chief executive of the independent watchdog Transport Focus, said: “For passengers wanting to travel over the Christmas period, engineering works could be a major inconvenience, especially if it means having to use rail replacement bus services or make longer, unfamiliar journeys
Services on Northern, TransPennine Express and Thameslink unravelled almost immediately – causing one in five of Britain’s rail passengers to suffer “extreme inconvenience and costly, stressful and sometimes dangerous disruption to their daily lives”, according to the Transport Select Committee.
Evidence presented to government outlined factors including "perception of risk, low confidence in the vaccine, distrust, access barriers, inconvenience, socio-demographic context and lack of endorsement, lack of vaccine offer or lack of communication from trusted providers and community leaders".
Having had many inquiries as to our opinions respecting the policy of an immediate or graduate adoption of the principles of Free Trade, we have no hesitation in stating that we have the strongest conviction that commercial changes are always attended with the least inconvenience to all parties, when made decidedly and at once, and that gradual or delayed changes only tend to prolong the inconvenience and frequently to realise, by anticipation, difficulties which exist only in the imagination, and which, in the reality, would never be experienced.
- to cause inconvenience or discomfort to
- an inconvenient discomfort
- a difficulty that causes anxiety
- the quality of not being useful or convenient
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Having had many inquiries as to our opinions respecting the policy of an immediate or graduate adoption of the principles of Free Trade we have no hesitation in stating that we have the strongest conviction that commercial changes are always attended with the least inconvenience to all parties when made decidedly and at once and that gradual or delayed changes only tend to prolong the inconvenience and frequently to realise by anticipation difficulties which exist only in the imagination and which in the reality would never be experienced