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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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From that gathering, 17 papers here discuss such topics as looking down time's telescope at myself: reincarnation and global futures in David Mitchell's fictional worlds, deconstructing the zero-time theory, time's urgency ritualized: the centrality and authority of Mayan calendars, foresight and urgency: the discrepancy between long-term thinking and short-term decision making, and time's redeeming urgency.
It will offer lower cost of operation, exceed modern airspace initiatives and solve parts obsolescence among the Citation Excel/XLS with zero-time avionics.
Consider that a factory reman is a zero-time engine with new logbooks and a new serial number.
It might have made sense to the company, but nonetheless many aviators found it shocking to see Cessna dispose of its unsold Skycatcher stock, crushing the brand-new airplanes complete with their zero-time Continental engines.
The TS&S light industrial programme for Centaur gas generator is in full operation today with zero-time exchange units available.
Capable of handling 75 to 120 cases per minute with zero-time changeovers from one pattern or product type to another, the flexible system allows patterns to be added or modified through the human/ machine interface with an adjustable programmable laner.
Zero Day Protection: Proactive protection for your Mac preventing a system from accessing malicious websites with enhanced zero-time protection technology
The company said transfer bottlenecks are removed by IC Manage Views, which accelerates Electronic Design Automation (EDA) tool performance, achieves Zero-Time Sync (ZTS) for workspaces and reduces storage utilisation.
As part of the re-manufacturing process all life-limited components are taken to zero-time status, either through replacement or complete overhaul, which effectively makes the 400XT a new aircraft in all material aspects even before the addition of advanced technology.
The tensile modulus can be thought of as the representing the instantaneous or "zero-time" response of the material.
Since I couldn't afford to "zero-time" the 200-hp Lycoming at that stage of my life, I bled back power to a minimum, made a safe landing and, after the obligatory "kiss the ground" ceremony, pulled the cowling.
Zero-time space is a type of building construction that can be made ready for use and then taken apart again when no longer needed in as little time--close to zero--as possible.