time factor

time factor

[′tīm ‚fak·tər]
(computer science)
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The matches were pushed to this year due to time factor.
ASSAFIR: Time factor against Aoun, Franjieh and Geagea.
He said, according to the popular crowd website "that the time factor in the storming of the center of Fallujah, will not be important for us, because speeding causes problems with the civilian and will loss of victims and Daash may execute the civilians," noting that "Daash became 100% trapped and can not compensate for its elements.
Do concerns with representing time factor into the use of realism within the realm of sculpture?
His figures are meaningless as they ignore the time factor.
I know the marathon nature of previous Pedal for Pounds events has possibly put some people off getting on their bike, but the mileage involved this time is much less, as is the time factor with it taking only a couple of days, and it should be much more accessible to inexperienced cyclists.
not to mention the time factor to get a new place open and build up the business to its present level of sales.
There is a time factor attached to these new supply sources.
Youkhana, from the Christian Rafidain Bloc, pointed out that "Turkey wants to deepen differences between Baghdad and Arbil, playing on time factor hoping for a new government to come in the coming elections that may approve its agreement with Arbil".
The public transport, private cars and motor cyclists coming from Seham, Shabbir lane and Qadria colony are forced to take turn from the places too far away from the bridge and this way they have to suffer incredibly in terms of time factor.
The therapy could take four weeks or longer and obviously I'm concerned about the time factor.
He added that Jordan is willing to benefit from the German experience in this field, pointing to the importance of the time factor as the constitutional court must be operating by next October.