earliest start time


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earliest start time

[¦ər·lē·əst ′start ‚tīm]
(industrial engineering)
The earliest time at which an activity may begin in the schedule of a project; it equals the earliest time that all predecessor activities can be completed.
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Rsa) 67 Slattery occupied one of the earliest start times of the day - going out at 6.
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His comments have struck a chord with Baldwin, who has been handed one of the earliest start times for today when he goes out in the third group - alongside Adilson Da Silva of Brazil and Japan''s Tadahiro Takayama - at 6.