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Wise: Marketing research seems to be evolving toward a "permission-based" system, where a respondent agrees ahead of time to be contacted for research purposes.
If you're traveling with little children and lots of luggage, call a licensed car service ahead of time, Check the telephone yellow pages, but the number for Tel Aviv car service is (800) 222-9888 from out of town, and (212) 777-7777 when you get here.
Caught in its own desire for control, it had decided ahead of time what the stories of these games would be, and it tried to get the athletes to conform to the plots it had outlined.
That's because MSG is used in the sauces and stocks that are prepared ahead of time, she says.
I'd rather do it ahead of time, than see the deed done with no protection," he said.
LONDON & NEW YORK -- The edge on Spinoffs is understanding how the event unfolds, while having it tracked, analysed and personally communicated ahead of time and event by a specialist with a proven track record.
1 : to speak or perform without preparing ahead of time <I improvised a song on the spot.
Previously, all tests were announced ahead of time.
The $53 million project was completed ahead of time and under budget.
For example, at locations 60 km from a temblor's epicenter, the magnitude of an impending quake could be known about 16 seconds ahead of time.
Organize the stories, books and lessons you will teach during this season ahead of time to cut down on the hectic pace of the season.
I can put my reports in the computer ahead of time to run in a later time frame and not have to be there live in the studio.