use postpone in a sentence.
Suddenly, deadlines are silently postponed for a month.
Winkey, the windows hotkey mapper has postponed carpal tunnel syndrome a few years.
Or rather, postpone creating this job as long as they can ;-)
Shuttleworth should have had the courage to postpone this release until it was fit to use.
Unless you're planning on keeping them there forever, that's not a solution, just a postponement.
I'm afraid it's only postponed until the EURO 2012 in summer :-/
If only postponed meant for the life of the author plus seventy years.
But the problem is that we have postponed the crisis by increasing the debt
You're assuming that she turns yahoo around and doesn't just postpone inevitable.
Yes, because the little warning pops up asking if you want to postpone restart.
Why is it not the case that attractive men postpone their decision too, just as attractive women do?
Mozilla was working on that exact thing for Firefox 4 but it got postponed to a later release...
Ahaha, that's the day I postponed my jury duty to.
By 'in the next year' he means that feature creep will postpone it for another three to four years.
I doubt there'll be cases (like during the last Iranian Presidental election) where Twitter postpones upgrades to help the protesters.
Can’t we postpone all this crap 70 hours and go on what will then be definitive facts?
So the natural question is - what can one practically do to try to postpone DNA damage as much as possible?