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double time

Music
a. a time twice as fast as an earlier section
b. two beats per bar
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Workers said Bank Holidays had traditionally warranted double-time payments, and accused Kraft of refusing to abide by the long-established agreement for both December 28 and January 3.
It is understood that none of the company's employees appointed after January 1 last year has had the double-time payment included in a contract.
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Headed by former MCTV news director Craig Huckerby, LTV's president, CEO and on-air "weather guy," the staff of a dozen employees were working double-time to iron out the early technical glitches and stockpile a library of video content in returning community-based newscasts to the Sault audience.
Featuring newly discovered talent Xara on vocals, its laid-back melodies and infectious double-time chorus are destined to provide the soundtrack to this summer.
STAFF at Marks & Spencer are to lose double-time pay for working Sundays, despite the store making pounds 23 a second.
The trainer would usually want double-time for that game.
The plan suggested by the Labour Relations Commission (LRC) proposes a wage freeze at the carrier until April 2003 and a reduction in overtime pay from double-time to time-and-three-quarters.
With Coyne kicked off and Knight still on the injured list, Dax, Louder, Pazelt, and super-am Tyler Hansen are working double-time for Maple-traveling the US in a filming frenzy.
Go to any major, or minor, Latin American port even today and you'll see whole troops of workers sleeping in containers, making double-time pay.