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earliest start time

[¦ər·lē·əst ′start ‚tīm]
(industrial engineering)
The earliest time at which an activity may begin in the schedule of a project; it equals the earliest time that all predecessor activities can be completed.
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We perform music from the earliest times through classical repertoires mixing in old standards, songs from the shows and update popular hits.
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It is a clear, well illustrated, carefully designed history of plastic materials of all types from earliest times up to the present, emphasising the rich variety of many types of substance.
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Healing has been present among the people of God from earliest times (Exod 15:26) and was linked to faith in the living God (Num 12:10-16; 21:4-9; Isa 38:1-6; Sir 38:9-15).
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