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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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A major study of the movement in 1925 revealed that 40,000 pupils in twenty-four states were participating in nascent released time programs nationwide (Lotz 1925).
Advocates of the weekday church school, by no means a homogenous coterie, relied upon diverse arguments to provide rationales for the necessity of released time.
Conveniently, released time could also save districts money.
Sponsored by the Fellowship of Released Time Ministries, this web site is a resource for information about released-time education.
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.
Campsen III, sponsor of the legislation, said that concern over drops in participation rates in these non-credit released time programs is what led to the law's passage.
This study estimates that the opportunity costs of released time for the MCCCD 1999-2000 academic year were more than $10 million.
There must be a signed agreement between the University and the student's high school principal for released time.
Project Updater is based on a centralized, Oracle-based repository of project information using Microsoft Project 4 or any version of Time Line 6 for Windows, including the recently released Time Line 6.
The event's organizer, Pastor Gary Beeler of Fairview Baptist Church, said the event is a form of released time.
The controversy over released time did not end with the high court's ruling, however.
Despite the Zorach ruling, released time never really took off as a mass movement in the United States.