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deadline

[′ded‚līn]
(petroleum engineering)
The end of the drilling line that is not reeled on the hoisting drum of the rotary rig; usually it is anchored to the derrick substructure and does not move as the traveling block is hoisted.
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Senator Gregorio 'Gringo' Honasan II, a former Army officer, advised the security sector handling the crisis in Marawi City not to set 'unrealistic deadlines.
When a breakthrough with Iran finally began to seem possible, he refused to play Deadline Dash:"We will not rush," he said.
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Be prepared to do what it takes to meet your deadline if it is not flexible.
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Montana: Application deadline for spring black bear, April 14; moose, sheep and goat, May 1.
EPA failed to finalize all the standards within this deadline and the CAA "hammer" went into effect, triggering the process for case-by-case MACT for facilities in the categories without final rules.