squeeze time

squeeze time

[′skwēz ‚tīm]
(metallurgy)
In resistance welding, the time between the initial application of the current and of the pressure.
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During the session, he said he would squeeze time within his schedule to attend at least one match.
"With my line of work now, I can't do full time so I thought of making my own initiative wherein I can squeeze time in between work or during my free time to be with kids and educate them," shared Patricia, who's also a former beauty queen.
She also plans to pursue several extra-curricular activities that she enjoyed but had to squeeze time for from her previous packed schedule.
"But I did have commissions to get on with, so I had to squeeze time in between, working on Jane Eyre, so I wrote it over a very long period, alternating between commissions as they came in."
The primary reason why any chemical scale inhibitor is chosen is to effectively prevent the formation of the commonly encountered sulphates and carbonates mineral scales at a very low sub-stoichiometric concentration and still having a longer squeeze time. For these to be achieved the chemicals chosen must correctly interacts with the rock surface and/or divalent cat ions present in the porous media [2].
"Too Busy Not to Pray" also offers insightful advice on how to squeeze time into one's life to pray once more, enhancing one's relationship with God and finding one's own happiness in the process.
So I had to seek out like-minded folks close by and squeeze time in for contact.
"We're all trying to squeeze time out of the supply chain to increase responsiveness," says David Bledsoe, marketing manager for the systems group, Intermec Technologies, Everett, Wash.
In this infectious, tongue-in-cheek romp, science writer Gleick-author of Chaos: Making a New Science (1987) and Genius: The Life and Science of Richard Feynman (1992) - examines modernity's attempts to freeze and squeeze time. He looks at how we poll, trade stocks, package food, and edit TV programs, all with the goal of compacting more information into a shorter duration.
If a particular color of garment is selling well, apparel makers are looking to squeeze time in the production cycle and improve planning so that they are in a position to take advantage of such trends.
Somehow she manages to squeeze time out of some days to receive computer training in the marker/grader system for the cutting room, as well as keeping abreast of new features on equipment.