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lost time

[′lȯst ′tīm]
(engineering acoustics)
The period in a frequency-modulation sonar, just after flyback, during which the sound field must be reestablished; its duration equals travel time of the signal to and from the target.
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According to him, after many years of "foreign political silence" the agenda seems to be overloaded, to compensate for the lost time.
It's a huge opportunity, I'm really pleased because I have been out for so long," said the Englishborn I need to for lost time 31-year-old.
Rambler reported no lost time accidents or medical aid injuries at the Ming Copper-Gold Mine Project for the 2015 calendar year.
WEST JUNIORS DENIS McLAUGHLIN insists he's ready to make up for lost time by getting on the goal trail at Rutherglen Glencairn.
Now, schools are making up lost time by cutting vacations and professional development days, logging online learning hours, and even holding Saturday classes, according to a survey from the Council of the Great City Schools, an organization of the nation's largest districts.
Here he shares his poem The Lost Time with Mail readers.
JOE ALLEN says he is ready to play a "big part" in Liverpool''s quest for success this season as the midfielder looks to make up for lost time on Merseyside.
Meanwhile, Glen Johnson, who missed the Emirates loss due to an infection, will return while Steven Gerrard is expected to recover from a eager to make lost time P38 hip injury.
The study makes use of two population-based sources of data on incident heat illness: work-related emergency department (ED) visit records and workers' compensation lost time claim records.
7 billion in lost time and revenue, the Campaign for Better Transport said.
A gas recovery plant has managed to ensure the safety of its 3,000-strong staff over the course of almost three years without any lost time injury.
Lost time injury is defined as an occurrence that resulted in a fatality, permanent disability or lost time from work of one day or shift, or possibly more.