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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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Double-Time Corporation enhances wireless communications by providing two product lines: the customized PowerClip wireless phone upgrades and PowerVerse(TM) hands free devices.
Double-Time Corp was also recognized as a Q1 2000 "hot company" by the MoneyTree(TM) survey conducted by PriceWaterhouseCoopers LLP.
Our decision to pay our staff double-time on Saturday, January 1 was taken through a productive, two-way dialogue between employer and employee via the appropriate channels of communication.
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.
Changes included a lowering of entry-level wages and elimination of double-time pay.
This is achieved during data entry, where Timekeeper applies multipliers for double-time and overtime, overriding the usual billing rate.
The temporary aid from the 3,200 employees is composed of a 69-cent-an-hour cut in wages, which had averaged $11,05; elimination of two paid holidays, and a cut to double-time pay, from double-time and one-half, for working holidays.
In addition, they also failed to pay overtime and/or double-time and did not provide meal and rest breaks as required by state labor law.
All store employees in the affected areas who reported to work were paid double-time wages for the first two weeks.
London Midland cancelled all trains except those on the Birmingham to Liverpool line last Sunday because staff refused to volunteer to work in a row over double-time pay.