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release time

i. A departure time restriction issued to a pilot by ATC (air traffic control) when necessary to separate departing aircraft from other traffic. The restriction may be conveyed either directly or relayed to the pilot.
ii. The time prior to which an aircraft should not be given further clearance.
iii. The time prior to which an aircraft should not proceed in case of radio failure.
iv. The time parachutists are expected to be released, given over the radio as an advisory to alert other aircraft.
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In 1997, he launched his solo career under the name Yamo and released Time Pie, an album that featured work with the experimental duo Mouse on Mars.
TimeFlip, a just released time tracking tool, has immediately attracted attention with its ease of use and excellent features.
Income Tax Department has released Time Series Data for Financial Year 2000-01 to 2014-15 based on internal reporting/ MIS of the Income Tax Department or figures reported by Controller General of Accounts or data published by other Government agencies along with PAN Allotment Statistics pertaining to Financial Year 2013-14 and Income Tax Return Statistics for Assessment Year 2012-13 (FY 2011-12).
Supreme Court has declined to hear an appeal of a South Carolina "released time" program that permits high school students to earn credits through religious classes held off campus.
McCollum focused upon a popular program referred to as either "weekday religious education" or "released time religious education." While the concept was debated within the Federal Council of Churches as early as 1905, the idea was actually initiated in 1914 as an integral aspect of William Wirt's "Gary plan" in northwest Indiana (Michaelson 1970; Fraser 2000).
I am thankful that Arkansas State University's College of Humanities and Social Sciences and Department of English and Philosophy agreed to support the journal financially and provided released time and assistance for me during my tenure as editor.
I was very surprised to read in "The Lord Was Not on Trial," by Dannel McCollum (November/December 2008): "With respect to the McCollum case, Communism and, for some reason, materialism were suspiciously associated with the questioning of the constitutionality of the released time program.
The South Carolina Legislature approved a law last summer that allows high schools to give credit to students for off-campus religious study, also known as released time programs.
If any courses are to be developed, the onus is on individual faculty members to do so during released time, or over the summer.
The block scheduling program, begun in the 1998-99 school year, was introduced to allow greater flexibility in scheduling, particularly for released time seminary for LDS (Latter-Day Saints) students and for the athletic teams, to provide a greater number of elective options for students, and to allow students to study subject matter material in greater depth.
* Keep in mind that parent carpools are possible; older kids can organize their own carpools and perhaps get released time from school.