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Deadline

The time at which a project or other assignment is due. For example, a supervisor may give an employee a Thursday deadline to prepare a presentation for the supervisor to deliver on Friday. In business, keeping deadlines may indicate efficiency.
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Abstract deadline: 25 March 2019 Preregistration deadline: 14 June 2019 Extended abstract deadline: 28 June 2019 Initial announcement published: Sep.
The chief minister warned project managers against seeking further extension in the project's deadline.
CFO Patronis' Division of Insurance Agent & Agency Services is updating its online database to automatically reflect the updated deadline.
These findings related to only single deadlines, and many of us balance multiple deadlines of varying lengths at a time.
NAB had filed corruption cases against Nawaz Sharif, his family and Ishaq after the Supreme Court announced it decision in Panama case on July 28 last year and the Supreme Court had given a six-month deadline to the accountability court to complete the trial against the Sharif family.
(I don't want to set deadlines anymore because we have failed thrice to meet these deadlines.
The winding road to peace in Northern Ireland was paved with so many missed deadlines that I heard one veteran observer recently note:"I've been right (down) to the wire more times than an electrician."
The deadlines for physicians to get informed and involved in shaping the future of medicine may only be identifiable after they have passed.
EoACAoJune 30: Deadline for Dubai residents over the age of 15 years to apply for an Emirates ID, by filling out the application form online or at a registered typing centre
As the latest deadline drifts into the unforeseeable future, Kipp thinks the UAE should be more thorough with its decisions on deadlines -- it should ensure, for example, it has or can have the proper logistical and administrative infrastructure set up to support the next deadline before announcing it.
According to a December 18, 2009, statement from DHS, 46 of 56 states and territories were not expected to be able to meet the December 31, 2009, deadline to be in full compliance with REAL ID.