add time

add time

[′ad ‚tīme]
(computer science)
The time required by a computer to perform an addition, not including the time needed to obtain the addends from storage and put the sum back into storage.
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Law seven of Association Football says that at the end of each half referees should add time lost because of such things as substitutions, time wasting, treatment of injuries and showing yellow or red cards.
On small grounds if sixes are hit into gardens or fields that will add time. (It is unlikely to happen at Elland or Honley.) The number of left hand/right hand batting combinations, and the re-setting of the field, plus moving the sight-screen adds time on, as well as injuries to players, and maybe a second drinks break in hot weather, not to mention spectators walking in front of the sight-screen at the wrong time.
The incentive should be: "Behave and get out when you have done your time or, misbehave and we add time on."
"When the player substituted takes forever to trudge from one side of the pitch to the other, it is within the referee's discretionary powers to add time on if, in his opinion, it is timewasting.
Cardpoint, which operates more than 400 ATM machines in the UK, has signed a deal with ATM network LINK to allow customers to add time to their handsets.
This legislation would result in an ineffective process that will add time and expense to the cost of construction and add one more reason to the list of why builders shy away from New York City.
A judge told Robert Brady, 20, that he had been tempted to add time on to his nine months in jail.
Users can set up a virtual wallet in the app, to assist pay for future parking sessions, as well, or if they would like to more easily add time to an present parking session.
"Nobody in the world has the power to add time on."