start time

start time

[′stärt ‚tīm]
(industrial engineering)
The calendar time at which the manufacturing work for a specific job begins on a machine or in a facility.
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The trial will look at teenagers' sleep patterns and test whether a later school start time could benefit them.
At the councils first meeting of the year Tuesday evening, its members voted 5-2 to move the start time of city council meetings from the traditional 7 p.
One major reason is that many American schools have a start time that is so early, teens don't get the necessary eight to 10 hours of sleep they need.
Couple that with the already early start time for schools here, early rises are unavoidable.
The superintendent of Minnesota's Edina School District was reaching out to CAREI, seeking to discover if the new change in the start time of their high school--from 7:20 a.
The later start time gives Saturday shoppers of both sexes more time to pop in to the betting shop and look for the racehorse name that catches their eye.
start time or later, according to data published in the Morbidity and Mortality Report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Ga.
Among an estimated 39,700 public middle, high, and combined schools* in the United States, the average start time was 8:03 a.
A HIGH tide has led to a revised start time for Sunday's Redcar Sprint Triathlon.
Wilson felt so passionately about the importance of pushing the start time back at the middle-high school to better align with the biological clock (circadian rhythms) of adolescents that he used it as the basis of his campaign to win a seat on the Quaboag Regional School Committee last May.
To help make it possible for observant fanswho are unable to drive or spend money during holidaysthey've pushed back the concert's start time from 7:30 p.