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.
He's got a big library of books, and some crazy kind of culture, and he spends all his off times reading things in French and German and other outlandish lingoes--when he ain't writing plays and poetry.
The company announced that the ACCORDANCE study did not achieve statistical superiority to Sinemet on the primary endpoint of reduction in daily OFF time. The primary efficacy endpoint of the study was the change from baseline to endpoint in the percent of daily OFF time during waking hours based on Hauser home diaries.
The NovaDine group order feature utilizes auto-finalization that is based on an order's 'cut-off time.' Once the cut- off time of an order is met, the order will be finalized automatically and sent to the restaurant.
Everton's only pre-season friendly in the UK this summer will be against Wigan Athletic at the DW Stadium on Wednesday July 24 - with a 7.45pm kick off time set for the trip.
With Sleep Mode, parents can set a designated off time and each day at the designated time, the app will "go to sleep" and not be accessible to kids during those hours.
With Sleep Mode, parents can set a designated off time and each day at the designated time, the app will 'go to sleep' and not be accessible to kids during those hours.
The machining parameters that were considered for machining are Peak Current ([I.sub.p]), Pulse ON time ([T.sub.on]) and Pulse OFF time ([T.sub.off]) keeping other parameters constant.
Clayton, MO, October 11, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Today Clearent announced that it extended the cut off time for its Express Merchant Funding service to 11:00 p.m.