available time


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available time

[ə′vāl·ə·bəl ′tīm]
(computer science)
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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He came of a literary family, and, as he says of himself, from his seventh to his fortieth year study and letter occupied all his available time. At the age of twenty-seven he came to the capital with his fame in front of him, and there Li Po the poet and Ts`en-Ts`an became his friends, and Ming Huang his patron.
You should spend 40% of the available time on your calendar penetrating your existing customers.
We just run the offense and see what shot is available to us at that available time, but if we have a go-to guy, it could've been easier.'
While the notification of the 20 tariff lines will be issued by the Indonesian authorities after completing the official formalities, Kinnows exports have already increased due to a longer available time limit for exports allowed by the Indonesian authorities this year.
Choosing car side will give the customer a choice between soonest available time, which rounds out to about a 20 minute wait.
He also likes to spend most of his available time with the kids.
The second part of that is trying to find time to schedule diverse products into the available time slots.
This feature works well with the time management feature in ensuring that users get the most out of their available time when doing some shopping this long weekend and beyond. 
That makes every dish showcased and illustrated in this culinary compendium to be ideal for kitchen cooks who are short on available time in their kitchens.
Grant Holt 7 The burly frontman made himself available time and again and outmuscled Brondby 's defence on occasions, softening them up for Gray to eventually strike.
Cllr Gilchrist said: "Given the past events I think councillors will be anxious to see if this is a realistic project in the available time." When Peel pulled out of the project last year Lindsey Ashworth, director at Peel, told the ECHO the decision was "amicable" and by "mutual agreement".

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