Zero Time


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Zero Time

Describing a small task that managers consider to take no time. The term is especially used when managers assign several zero time tasks, which in fact can be time consuming.
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Zero time space; how quantum tunneling broke the light speed barrier.
That became a larger initiative: we will field to the soldier from zero time to 90 days.
The H-1 upgrade program will produce "a fleet of zero time helicopters," Amos said, "at a fraction of the cost for a comparable number of new rotorcraft.
Today, computers process data in near zero time, thus the speed of all server applications run in proportion to the speed of the slowest device, which is the mechanical disk drive.
As this would suggest, you're more likely to be sentenced to zero time, should this be among the judge's options, if you're white than if you're black or Hispanic.
A new scope mount has been developed by Von Clouse of Batesville, Arkansas that not only flips out of the line of sight at the push of a thumb, but returns to zero time after time.
Sinyi's 24-hour service system is nightless and endless, and it's what zero time difference, zero distance, and zero international limits are about.
Pav said: When you only have six hours to complete a piece of work which would normally take you much longer to do, if something goes wrong you can find yourself with zero time to put it right.
He has illustrated that photons, the particles of which light is made, can jump between two points separated by a barrier in what appears to be zero time, making no distinction between time and space.
Wolves players know it's hero or zero time for the club who introduced big-time soccer into the nation's home through fuzzy black-and-white TV.