prime window

prime window

The window to which a storm window is attached.
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That means extra competition but Chamberlin believes it also provides an opportunity for horseracing to showcase itself in a prime window when interest is highest.
As they near one another, a prime window opens for launching missions to our rusty neighbor, and the next opportunity is near at hand.
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This can be achieved by capitalising on their prime window of healthy and quality eggs by preserving them externally, ensuring that whatever her age may be, she still has the opportunity to produce a healthy baby.
The company is considering its options of expansion in Africa, and believes GITEX is the prime window to investigate new opportunities.
Retailers should consider organizing products in a designated display area, in a prime window location or on an easily accessible endcap.
But the council's decision to respect the referendum vote as well as be transparent, honest and respectful of the manager candidates resulted in missing the prime window and landed Southbridge in a time of year where most good managers are solidly under contract, and also put Southbridge head to head with a handful of other vacancies in Central Massachusetts, Mr.
Now is the prime window for investors to identify and secure investment and business opportunities in the three and a half years ahead of the airport opening at the end of 2015.
In no time every swanky secondhand clothes shop had elevated McQueen dresses into prime window positions and had placed large notices reading Alexander McQueen.
The building trades call a window in new construction a "prime window." To them, a "replacement window" is the same item installed in the space once occupied by a (newly removed) prime unit.