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double time

Music
a. a time twice as fast as an earlier section
b. two beats per bar
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Confirmation of the double time payments came as the university faced the threat of industrial action by Unison members.
Wallace Weatherill, London Midland's director of operations and safety, said: "London Midland is phasing these temporary Sunday arrangements from double time to time-and-a-half over four months to allow families to budget for the change.
Although Double Time's granddam, Park Hill Stakes winner Example, produced just one foal, Pas De Deux, for the Queen, the family remains active with Free Agent and Barney McGrew among those to fly the flag this year.
Once the employees started learning about the double time pay, they began battling over the limited Saturday shifts.
Other gains were the creation of new specialist nursing positions for both RNs and ENs, and an increase in the overtime rate from time-and-a-half to double time after three hours.
If you are aged 60 or over then you get 'double time' - and on the children's ward the TV is free.
King describes the audition process succinctly: "Stand on line, say your name, do a double pirouette on the right and left, then a double time step on the right and left.
Issues on the table include Finch Pruyn's request that employees share health care and benefit costs, not be paid double time for Sundays, and not be paid for holidays that are not worked.
Operations director Rob Lawrence, 37, said workers will also be paid the double time for New Year's Eve.
We'd rented the crane, hired the operating engineers and oilers, and arranged for a triple crew on double time to perform the lift and the welding.
Since January `91, we have made at least ten improvements in our employee benefits package, including the addition of three paid holidays, an increase in pay for holidays worked from 1-1/2 to double time, and increasing pay for unused sick leave to a maximum of 12 days (as opposed to 6) for employees with 5+ years of service.
Reduction of Sunday work pay to time and one-quarter (from time and one-half) and holiday work pay to double time (from double time and one-half).