service time

service time

[′sər·vəs ‚tīm]
(industrial engineering)
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Therefore, we must have our government strictly ENFORCE our existing laws on littering and punishing litterers with heavy fines, community service time, and even JAIL time.
Finally on the Sunday, August 11 there will be a special service where the members of the congregations of both St Marks (service time 10.15am) and Cleland (service time 11.45am) have been encouraged to invite someone along.
Visitation was one hour prior to service time. Burial was in Little Flock Cemetery, Moweaqua.
He was given stern words of advice about wasting police and ambulance service time.
But he was of the view that it should be given in service time in an organized function and with due respect.
'So, we have organized this first awards distributing ceremony and awards are being given to workers in their service time, he said, adding that whatever we have done during the last near about two years for the betterment of workers all is based on generosity and large-heartedness on the part of Hamdard', he maintained.
"Longer service times could be requested by booking and paying for additional service time, subject to operational availability.
Based on the new schedule, the first daily express service heading north will leave A13 Airport Terminal 2 Station (passing through Terminal 1 Station) 15 minutes earlier and the last train depart 13 minutes later, increasing overall service time by 28 minutes.
Given the above time sharing scheme and the LTE's centralized access structure, computation of the LTE-U performance in terms of throughput and service time is relatively simple and straightforward.
Brief story that stands out from your service time:Memorial Day is more than just recognition; it is about sacrifice, honor and remembrance.
The arrival of customers follows a Poisson process with a rate [[lambda].sub.1], and the service time of customers is denoted by a random variable [S.sub.1], which has the distribution function [G.sub.1].
The subcommittee found that existing tools used to determine the amount of time teachers of students with visual impairments need to directly instruct their students or collaboratively consult with other team members (hereafter referred to as "service time") provided little guidance regarding time, type, and intensity of services, and that the data used to make such determinations did not address all areas related to the individual needs of students.