Off Time


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Off Time

The time during which a person is not required to work. Off time may include vacation time, sick days, or simply the time of day before and after work.
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Met secondary endpoints with statistically significant reduction in OFF time and with improvement in UPDRS III motor score versus standard intermittent oral tablet therapy
Clearent's cut off time was already one of the latest in the industry, and now adds two additional hours to its previous 9:00 p.
A BBC spokesman said last night: "We are still having talks with Celtic about the kick off time, and after an agreement is reached we then have to get approval from Strathclyde Police.
THE traditional kick off time of 3pm on a Saturday is definitely a thing of the past.
The kick off time in the following games have also been changed and the times listed are the new kick-off times.
Under the proposed agreement, some 1,100 former members of another city employees union - the Engineers and Architects Association - who joined the IBEW said they preferred to use their floating holiday to take off time on Christmas Eve instead of the Chavez holiday.
But it is Hayes home game and they can decide whether to change kick- off time or not.
The trip to newlypromoted Burnley will now be played on Sunday October 26, with a kick off time of 1.
Starting Wednesday, KABC will offer free DirecTV satellite dishes and installation to all Time Warner subscribers in its viewing area ``so they can get off Time Warner forever,'' said Arnold J.
By partnering with Intergraph, the District is able to leverage cutting edge technology that promotes multi-agency information sharing in real-time, which will shave off time when seconds count most.
The announcement knocked 22 percent off Time Financial shares, which had traded only during three sessions in November.
Morgan announced in an emotional on-air statement Wednesday that he suffers from lung cancer and will take off time from his KRTH-FM (101.