start time

start time

[′stärt ‚tīm]
(industrial engineering)
The calendar time at which the manufacturing work for a specific job begins on a machine or in a facility.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Wilson felt so passionately about the importance of pushing the start time back at the middle-high school to better align with the biological clock (circadian rhythms) of adolescents that he used it as the basis of his campaign to win a seat on the Quaboag Regional School Committee last May.
On par for mountain views (in the Amman Valley, Garnant) Date: Saturday, January 3 2015 Start time: 11am Distance: 6 miles Description: This walk heads up past Garnant Golf Course for some great views of the western edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park, following a series of footpaths along the southern side of the Amman Valley.
To help make it possible for observant fanswho are unable to drive or spend money during holidaysthey've pushed back the concert's start time from 7:30 p.m.
Sleep experts at the University of Minnesota studied eight high schools before and after they moved to later start times. They found that the later a school's start time, the better off students were on measures like mental health, car crash rates, attendance, and, in some schools, grades and standardized test scores.
While this study eventually resulted in the school returning to its normal start time (and, not surprisingly, students returned to their sleep-deprived struggles), more schools are taking note--and taking action.
According to dpa, the new official start time was given at 0600 GMT (1000 local time).
However, this time round they have hit a snag and they have had to move the start time from the usual mid-morning to 1.30 due to high tides earlier in the day which could make it rather treacherous - especially on parts of the route where competitors run along beach sections.
Smith and Stephens (Academy of Business Education Conference, 2010) found that learning outcomes were significantly higher in accounting classes that met later in the day (10:00 AM start time) than in classes that met earlier in the day (8:00-9:00 AM start time).
POLICE are set to review the 5.15pm start time of Wembley FA Cup semi-finals after Millwall thugs shamed football on Saturday.
Gebrselassie said: "I have to complain - the start time 11am is not a good start time for the marathon and there are too many curves.
CBS affiliate KFSM-TV last week changed the start time for its morning news program to 4:30 a.m., which is earlier than any of its northwest Arkansas competitors.
The 6:57 ET/3:57 PT start time for Game Three will be the earliest start to a World Series game since Game Six of the 1987 World Series and is one hour earlier than the scheduled start time of the 2009 World Series game on Saturday.