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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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There have been circumstances in the Caswall family which lead one to believe that they have had from the earliest times some extraordinary mesmeric or hypnotic faculty.
Geoffrey, a literary and ecclesiastical adventurer looking about for a means of making himself famous, put forth about the year 1136, in Latin, a 'History of the Britons' from the earliest times to the seventh century, in which, imitating the form of the serious chronicles, he combined in cleverly impudent fashion all the adaptable miscellaneous material, fictitious, legendary, or traditional, which he found at hand.
Within the galleries, the immersive and experiential NMoQ presents artworks, rare and precious objects, documentary materials and interactive learning opportunities to tell the story of the people and the land of Qatar from earliest times to today, giving voice to the country's rich heritage and culture and expressing a vibrant community's aspirations for the future.
The immersive and experiential NMoQ tells the story of the people and the land of Qatar from earliest times to today, giving voice to the country's rich heritage and culture and expressing a vibrant community's aspirations for the future.
Earliest times in history, 'postal services' existed in the form of messengers who traveled large distances on foot or horseback.
Puppets have been used since the earliest times to animate and communicate the ideas and needs of human societies.
Excavations at the site aim to recover the whole archaeological sequence from the earliest times to the present, and the findings are published in two volumes.
On such carpets "dog" patterns can carry a deep and even totemic meaning stretching back to earliest times.
Picturing Technology in China: From Earliest Times to the Nineteenth Century.
It provides a comprehensive history of the Marske-by-thesea from earliest times and records the social changes as the community changed from one dominated by agriculture and fishing to a dormitory for the ironstone mines in the Upleatham and New Marske hills.
Historical Documents from the Earliest Times to the Persian Conquest (en adelante, are), acabado de redactar en 1905 y publicado el siguiente ano; (16) el estudio del papiro de Ani (17) y las colecciones egipcias del Field Museum de Chicago y del, en ese entonces, Haskell Museum, fundado en 1896, dirigido por Breasted y que andando el tiempo, en 1919, daria origen al Oriental Institute de la Universidad de Chicago.
Synopsis: Compiled with commentary by calligraphy expert Timothy O'Neill, "The Irish Hand: Scribes and Their Manuscripts From the Earliest Times" presents an illustrated anthology and exemplar of Irish calligraphy over ten centuries.