Zero Time


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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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Asked about dating apps, she told US Harper's Bazaar magazine: "I have zero time, to be honest."
The project has worked a total of 3.7mn man-hours with zero time wasting fatalities or injury incidents.
Jane's technology instantly connects data across siloed platforms, documents, emails and applications, like Encompass and Allregs, and seamless integration means zero time lost to onboarding or training employees on a new tool.
With 240 staff employed across its three North Texas campuses, it trains over 400 cadets annually from 'zero time' to Commercial pilot.
PS3owners also get a look in, with cartoony platformerRayman 3 HDandExtreme Exorcismas free downloads, while those with aPS Vitacan nab top-down action titleSpace Overlords(which is a Cross Buy game also playable on PS4) and narrative gameZero Escape: Zero Time Dilemmafor the bargain price of zero pounds from the PlayStation Store.
Vita owners, on the other hand, get "Space Overlords" and "Zero Escape: Zero Time Dilemma."
With StarWind HCA, customers spend zero time on fixing broken systems since StarWind ProActive Support predicts failures and reacts to them before they actually happen.
I wasted zero time trying to mimic their hunting tactics, and I dream of traversing the destinations they've written about.
Following GDM's Zero Time Solutions commitment, B8-W Grey is the next generation of diaper manufacturing machine solutions built with customer needs in mind.
If a message is sent without time data or linked to a timezone, the bug causes the software to not display correctly, and the device sets the email send date to January 1, 1970, which is technically zero time in UNIX, the base code for Apple's iPhone operating system (iOS).