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off-peak

[′ȯf¦pēk]
(science and technology)
Not at the maximum.
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2014) for comparison in the Black Hills of South Dakota (d) Peak = date when 50% of lambs were born + 3 d; nonpeak = lamb born outside peak birthing period Table 3.
2](a): Cat bond spreads for peak territories are larger than for nonpeak territories.
To compare the performances of traditional models and three revised models during different periods, the evaluation indices during morning peak hours (7:00-9:00), nonpeak hours (11:00-13:00), evening peak hours (17:00-19:00), and the whole day (4:55-23:55) are further extracted and summarized in Table 3.
For restaurants, the app boosts business during nonpeak hours, helps them manage perishable inventory, and tracks repeat customers.
A dedicated staff area is carefully carved out for use after-hours, and an overflow dining area is outfitted to serve as a conference room during nonpeak dining times.
Some people also think that mobile services and internet services only bring criminal activity and aggressive in Pakistan, the earlier government postpones and clogged both solutions during nonpeak hours during daytime and evening time is better for Pakistan and all Pakistanis.
peak consumption reductions up to 30 percent greater than nonpeak reductions;
1, Max line), wishing to satisfy all its users' requests but cost-effective scalability is not achieved because of idle processes and resources during nonpeak periods;
In the New England states, no cases occurred in the nonpeak winter months of December through March.
In nonpeak periods, when the heat pump is not operating, the thermal energy stored in the ring is released into the ground by heat conduction.
The report, issued by Guy Carpenter & Company, reveals that while insurance demand in emerging markets has gone up, recent global natural catastrophes have exposed risks in territories that have historically been considered nonpeak, or low-risk, zones.