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time line

[′tīm ‚līn]
(fluid mechanics)
A line of tracers in a fluid, produced by a voltage or laser-beam pulse, whose deformation follows the contour of the local velocity profile.
(geology)
A line that indicates equal geologic age in a correlation diagram.
A rock unit represented by a time line.
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Developed by Dr Tad James, and first written about in 1988 in his book; "Time Line Therapy[R] and The Basis of Personality", Time Line Therapy[R] techniques enable you to remove the negative impact of issues from your past, thus allowing you to move forward towards your goals and desires.
After several small and large group sessions focused on reading time lines such as these, we gave students an assignment: create a time line that combines personal and non-personal information.
Both public libraries and high school to college-level collections will find much to appreciate in National Geographic Concise History of the World: An Illustrated Time Line. Its organization is geared to show historical connections between continents, cultures and nations over the centuries, and allows readers to draw important connections between events around the world.
* Keep a time line in mind when considering session length.
In his book Toyota Production System (Productivity Press, 1988) Ono writes: "All we are doing is looking at the time line from the moment the customer gives us an order to the point when we collect the cash.
Featuring a deftly intertwining plot populated mysterious and dangerous shape-shifters, Irish anarchists edging closer to attacks on the Crown, and the murderous Jack The Ripper, Sojourn is a riveting tale of Lassiter's persistent struggle to save the time line necessary for the continued existence her own world of 2057, or perish in her failure to protect it.
Below is a time line of important events in the Cold War.
The application and subsequent approval of the C of O ranges from 3-6 months, and because of this lengthy time line and the cost to hold the property during that time, many people shy away from SROs.
Contributing to the value of this work to teachers, home-schoolers, and librarians are a time line and lists of supply sources, websites, and books about inventions and inventors.
The dribble-trap can be on either side of the time line (like the "2 Press") with front and back-court locations having their own strengths and weaknesses.
* At least one year before the deadline, management should assign a project leader, establish a time line and a project team, engage outside assistance if necessary, set scoping criteria, "assess risk" and review the section 404 plan with the audit committee and external auditors.
The model would create a fast-track system for a subset of key national accounts early on in the process, while driving a complete solution for all accounts on a much longer time line. Identifying the key milestones, resources and scope of funding needed to manage this critical element of the strategy set the tone for all other discussions.