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Face Time

In investment banking, a slang term for staying at work late but not to do any extra work. An employee puts in face time because a supervisor has not noticed that she does not have enough work to do, but the employee does not want to be caught and assigned another project.
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suggest your child orders his own meal at a restaurant; discuss socialization lines he can use when a friends comes over or they go to a friend's house ("thanks for coming to my house," "it was great playing at your house"); schedule after-school friendship time so he can enjoy face time rather than hang out in the house on Facebook; help him to learn the art of scheduling his own get together with friends).
Navigate to Face Time app>> Contacts>> tap the name of the person needs to be blocked
The gadget has a new front-facing camera which lets users speak faceto-face on an application called Face Time.
In between recent tour dates, she also completed the debut release from her other band, New England Roses, Face Time With Son.
They will enjoy more face time with the chief executive officer, the chief financial officer, board members and the corporate decision makers, but only if they are willing to stretch themselves professionally, as well as their key partners, especially their brokers.
The production of his hit show was changed to give Sutherland's face time to heal.
Among the new words posted are: Roth IRA, Steadicam, road rage, family values, telomerase, Java, DVD, and face time.