estimated time

estimated time

[′es·tə‚mād·əd ′tīm]
(industrial engineering)
A predicted element or operation time.
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Smart Public Transportation System can track the location of the smart buses in Bahrain through GPS and upload that information on to the database that provides users with information such as up-to-date data on the location, current speeds, destination and estimated time of arrival at the next stop as well as estimated time until the arrival of a bus at the user's nearest bus stop.
Despite apparent improvements to the service, the founder of Research in Motion, the firm behind the smartphones, has said he could not yet give an estimated time of full recovery.
ESTIMATED TIME OF ARRIVAL: Gardasil has just beern granted a European licence and cevarix is expected to get its licence early next year.
Call the boss to explain the sitch, and give her an estimated time of arrival.
This alerts the airmen at the APOE giving them greater visibility as well as the estimated time of arrival.
The estimated time for cleanup to begin has now slipped to "midyear.
Based on the estimated time of restoration, families who have special medical needs or elderly members should consider making alternate overnight arrangements as needed.
The estimated time of completion for the balance of the houses or Phase II, entailing 52 additional units, is spring 2005.

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