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common time

Music a time signature indicating four crotchet beats to the bar; four-four time.
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In 2002, the School of Human Services and Social Work (HSV) at GU translated the seven evidence-based retention elements into a clear and purposeful strategy by developing the Common Time Program [CTP] for its first year undergraduate students.
What we need now is to find a common time to train because this team was formed late.
Merce Cunningham: Common Time will open at Minneapolis' Walker Art Center, Feb.
A common time base can be assigned multiple input series, and the results can be plotted individually in separate windows or combined into a single stripchart display.
Here are a few common time thieves with some tips for how to deal with them.
The proposal for a common time for the 10-member grouping is being brought up again for the consideration of Asean governments after it was first proposed in 1995 and discussed again in 2004.
Plyogym is here for the holiday season, the most common time that people need help getting their health goals in order.
These small tips will help target common time drains and land you some much-needed extra time.
The most common time for accidents to occur is between 8am and 4pm, the ministry stated, and the amount of violations committed during that time also increases.
Globe Telecom joins the rest of the country in supporting the promulgation of Republic Act (RA) 10535 or the Philippine Standard Time (PhST) Act of 2013, which urges Filipinos to observe a common time under the "Juan Time, On Time" campaign.
THE teenage years are the most common time for depression to first strike according to researchers at Bangor University.
The colder months through to spring is a very common time to get these things done, and I don't think there will be a great change in that.