word time

word time

[′wərd ‚tīm]
(computer science)
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History captured in written word Time bridged by ink on a page, Past in speech and song transferred To each present and future age.
"I don't want to use the word time bomb, but that's how it feels," he added.
Hence, I framed my reflections using the four letters of the word TIME.
When the word "management" gets too close to the word time, we have trouble.
For example, the word time could refer to a specific o'clock time or to an experience that a participant has had, such as an initial FaceTime call.
All the answers in this word definition game contain either the word play or the word time.
"It is absurd that we are in this situation, where they are going back on their word time and time again.
The English word TIME has multiple meanings which would require at least three distinct words when translated into other languages.
Following that clue, he seeks a phenomenological recover of Greek thought about time, arguing that the feature of motion that the word time designates in Greek differs from what most modern scholarship has assumed, and that the very phenomenon of time has been misunderstood for centuries.
The citizens here have always been loyal to Labour, but doesn't loyalty deserve loyalty back, and hasn't this man gone back on his word time and time again with his empty, futile promises?
At Labour's manifesto launch - when the Shadow Cabinet sashayed in to rock music - Tony Blair thumped home one word time and again.