Timeliness

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Timeliness

A source of competitive advantage that depends on being the first to enter a given market with a product or service.

Timeliness

A system for rating stocks according to earnings and price performance. A stock being rated for timeliness is assigned a letter between A and E, with A indicating the highest earnings and price performance. A stock with a high timeliness rating usually has a higher return in the short term, but also tends to be more volatile than a stock with a lower rating.
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According to Harris, Walter Benjamin, whose scrutiny of the material present allows him "to unearth alternative temporalities within the present cityscape, and to explode the empty homogeneous time of official history," is a philosopher of the multitemporal; while Nietzsche, who conceives the untimely, unzeitgemasse, as something "acting counter to our time and thereby acting on our time and, let us hope, for the benefit of time to come," is adduced as an avatar of untimeliness itself.
been willing to overlook the untimeliness of an alien's motion to
Over the years, the Commission has attempted to warn MSHA of the untimeliness of its filings, and "apparently, those warnings fell on deaf ears.
Bowles argued that his untimeliness should be excused for justifiable reliance on the district court's order, but the court of appeals agreed with the State and dismissed the appeal.
It is true that we live in the epoch of untimeliness, but at the same time, we live in the epoch of great fulfillment that can and have to make Kyrgyzstan a truly democratic state.
As opposed to Jesus, whose untimeliness set him at odds with his own age, the Transcendentalists found themselves in a time of change, a time which reinforced their sense of hope.
His physical inability to proceed with his journey also creates a sense of untimeliness regarding the representation of dystopic transgression.
The court noted that the inmate was later transferred to another prison where the threat of violence was removed and he could have filed an out-of-time grievance and then shown good cause for its untimeliness.
For example, untimeliness is an important ground for dismissal, (18) the assertion of which can quickly derail a protest.
And while we are appreciative for the show, the untimeliness of his payments is not what we would like to see," the city councilor added.
courts to raise the untimeliness of habeas petitions on their own even