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Music a time signature indicating four crotchet beats to the bar; four-four time.
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Developed by White Mountain Technologies, UniversiTools' robust scheduling modules administer course scheduling, classroom scheduling, 100% guaranteed conflict-free midterm and final exam scheduling, and common times.
The second most common time was after midnight, accounting for another quarter of the cases.
Hartling hopes that one relatively new initiative, the North American Guidelines for Children's Agricultural Tasks, will be effective in reducing work-related injuries on farms, but she notes that the guidelines do not address non-work activities on farms, which is a common time when serious injuries occur.
The rats' ages correspond to 32 to 33 gestational weeks in people, a common time for premature birth.
The 10-member Association of Southeast Asian Nations plans to adopt a common time zone that could align the region with China, Hong Kong and Taiwan, senior ASEAN officials attending a meeting here said Monday.
We meet at the same time and in the same place, and as well have some common time together discussing issues, not just Anglican-Lutheran issues.
Researchers at the Vienna University of Technology have created a Time Triggered Protocol (TTP), which follows activities based on time: each of the by-wire nodes on the in-vehicle network share a common time reference and is given a slice of time (divided into milliseconds) so that there is no overlap.
The team also uses crime analysis data to identify the vehicle models most targeted by thieves, as well as the most common time of the thefts.
Some of the most common time wasters, including watching television, are listed in Figure 1.
HOUSTON -- According to safety experts, the most common time of day for a burglary to occur is between 2:00pm and 3:30pm.
Options abound for travelers as the cruise industry enters "Wave Season," the most common time for cruise bookings due to the diverse selection of value added offers.
Branches) a common time management and access system.