off time


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off time

[′ȯf ‚tīm]
(metallurgy)
In resistance welding, usually in repetitive cycles, the time that the electrode is not in contact with the work.
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It was off time for him, and his three lions were boarding at Cedarwild.
He was submerged in the vast impersonal grayness about him, and at intervals the sidelong roll of the boat measured off time like the ticking of a clock.
Continuous intraoral administration of levodopa-carbidopa reduced variability in plasma levodopa concentrations and reduced OFF time associated with Parkinson's disease
com)-- Today Clearent announced that it extended the cut off time for its Express Merchant Funding service to 11:00 p.
15pm is the right kick off time for the final and we want to persist with that.
It's about who you hang out with, what you do in your off time, how you are committing your off time towards your real time - and your real time is being a racing driver.
City leaders have signed off time and again on DWP employee contracts that award lavish raises far beyond cost-of-living increases and above those given for comparable municipal jobs.
While eating the low-protein diet, all 18 patients recorded fewer off periods and averaged about 100 fewer minutes of off time per day than while on the balanced diet.
You never know, something in your off time may pique your interest for a possible career choice.
They are deadlocked over the kick off time for the next Old Firm game.
Entries are being taken right up to the day with the cost pounds 25 per person, although bookings for a tee off time are for a minimum of two players.
The efficacy trends demonstrated in this study, fit the company's working hypothesis that steady state levodopa concentrations lead to reduction in OFF time and improvement in other disease parameters, all pointing in the same direction of a better disease control," said Dr.