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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Kick off time at the Weserstadion is set for 3pm local time (2pm UK).
ISLAMABAD:In an effort to give more control to parents, Facebook has launched a Sleep Mode in its Messenger Kids that will allow parents to set predetermined "off times" for the app on a child's device.
ISLAMABAD -- In an effort to give more control to parents, Facebook has launched a Sleep Mode in its Messenger Kids that will allow parents to set predetermined 'off times' for the app on a child's device.
In Taguchi analysis of MRR versus Pulse ON Time, Pulse OFF Time and Peak Current, larger the better condition is selected for signal to noise ratio, since higher MRR is desired during machining.
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.m.
And FA general secretary Alex Horne added: "I'm not surprised that fans want to be able to support their teams and travel but on balance we have said clearly that we think 5.15pm is the right kick off time for the final and we want to persist with that.
"There's a lot of things to be taken into consideration for a kick off time...
While eating the low-protein diet, all 18 patients recorded fewer off periods and averaged about 100 fewer minutes of off time per day than while on the balanced diet.
You never know, something in your off time may pique your interest for a possible career choice.
They are deadlocked over the kick off time for the next Old Firm game.
Treatment with VY-AADC improved good ON time by 1.7 hours from baseline and reduced OFF time by 2.2 hours at 12 months from baseline in patients with Parkinson's disease.