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time signature

Music a sign usually consisting of two figures, one above the other, the upper figure representing the number of beats per bar and the lower one the time value of each beat. This sign is placed after the key signature at the outset of a piece or section of a piece
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"If they do it right and they listen to the medical team and they work as hard as they can on their rehab, they might do that, they might cut time off.
The strike will continue, the intensity of the moment will continue till the Government of India comes to announce for formation of Telangana state with a clear cut time frame and with a clear cut road map," said Rao.
Seven out of 10 state and private schools and sixth form colleges said they have had to cut time for ``enrichment activities,'' such as voluntary work, to meet the demands of Curriculum 2000.
New fatigue-analysis software from nCode is designed to help automotive OEMs and their suppliers cut time to market and reduce development and warranty costs.
Recommendations drawn from the survey and focus group results include: (1) Continue to track student achievement data (i.e., GPA, SAT scores, and AP scores) to evaluate the effectiveness of the block schedule; (2) Provide ongoing in-service for teachers on imaginative strategies to use the time available; (3) Make a concerted effort to improve communications with parents about school learning and teaching in more than routine ways: Web-page (interactive), parent newsletters, surveys and reporting results, etc.; and (4) Cut time between class changes from 7 to 5 minutes and add the extra minutes to the students' lunch period.
consumers, Uniradio cut time slated for ads, tweaked outdated play lists and added a San Diego news and traffic report.
Ernesto Senti, vice-minister for foreign investment, says his government is "waging a battle to cut time periods" necessary to negotiate contracts with foreign investors and to establish businesses in Cuba.
However the majority view among the MPC - including Governor Sir Edward George and Deputy Governor Mervyn King - voted to keep rates on hold, and give the Bank's recent rate cut time to take effect.
For instance, when the wheel contact area is minimized, the wheel can work more efficiently and cut time is reduced.
The agency said measures should be taken to cut time spent commuting to workplaces or schools in central Tokyo by improving the transport network to promote settlement in the 23 wards.
Pro-Con also has enabled Rex-Rosenlew to tighten the gauge tolerance band by 10% and cut time from start-up to good product by 25%.
The experiment was carried out while varying the melt temperature, mold temperature, injection rate, holding pressure, holding time, and gate cut time conditions shown in Table 2.