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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.
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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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It does not replace but complements approaches that focus on these processes and their products by re-directing attention to contingency, untimeliness and possibility as they are implicated in our representational techniques and in daily life.
That time is, for McGuirk, our time: it is therefore a time that can be broached only through untimeliness. History then becomes not the site of a narrative but the site of denarrativization: not a region for understanding but a space for exposure.
While Blank Generation had paradoxically managed to become a manifesto of the times by articulating an existential isolation ("when I dine it's for the wall that I set a place"), Destiny Street embodied that isolation concretely, in part through its untimeliness. Though its songs were the equal of those on the first album, and if anything were more open in emotion, the record never had the same impact, because it no longer had a context.
This untimeliness explains why the time-image is, for Deleuze, associated with irrational cuts, aberrant movements, and false continuities.
United States, (16) the CAFC affirmed a COFC dismissal for untimeliness where the contractor, Am-Pro, waited six years to file its appeal.
Given these factors, appellate courts' failure to "correct errors that can safely be identified on direct appeal" will "neither advance judicial efficiency nor further the interests of justice." (37) The availability of postconviction relief is hardly a satisfactory alternative; aside from its untimeliness, it is available only if defendants are aware of the issue and are capable of raising it themselves.
Accordingly, Martorello's motion can be denied for its untimeliness alone.
The key ingredient to the terrifying (Christian) sudden death is untimeliness, "a death without warning, consequently without any available summons to religious preparation (220).
Turner, they insisted, was not ahead of his time, but out of time, ageless, and his paintings "[come] to us from an eternal future." Although art historians pay lip service to critiques of historicism and endlessly cite texts such as Walter Benjamin's "These on the Philosophy of History" (1940), the suggestion that Turner might be understood through a notion of untimeliness is nonsensical or unthinkable to a discipline that could not survive without its unexamined faith that history is fundamentally "one thing after another" occurring in homogenous time.
As the "Acknowledgments" and "Permissions," if not the essays themselves, have always indicated, the untimeliness of Must We Mean What We Say?
Subsequent amendment of the complaint to include class allegations may result in untimeliness of all or a portion of the named plaintiffs claim if consents have not been filed by the named plaintiffs.