Typically, coasters will show up late to work, have poor performance and frequently miss deadlines. Coasting will almost always limit your potential for advancement and promotions.
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Coaster — or Coasters may refer to: A beverage coaster on which to rest glasses of beverage A Furniture coaster Which stops wheeled furniture moving Coaster (San Diego), a regional rail service in San Diego County, California Coaster (album), by punk rock… … Wikipedia
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Coaster — Coast er, n. 1. A vessel employed in sailing along a coast, or engaged in the coasting trade. [1913 Webster] 2. One who sails near the shore. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
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coaster — 1570s, one who sails along coasts, from COAST (Cf. coast) in verbal sense. Applied to vessels for such sailing from 1680s. Tabletop drink stand (c.1887), originally round tray for a decanter, so called from a resemblance to a sled, or because it… … Etymology dictionary
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