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time frame

The limits of time for any event or occurrence.
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The Chairman assured the parents that the problems of Cuban medical students will be resolved within the ambit of country's statute and asked the relevant officials from PMDC to give a time frame of PMDC exam to students at the earliest so that they can prepare for it and appear in it with minimum hassle.
It is difficult to identify realistic time frames required to build trust in relationships.
The weather to be expected during the time frame the proposed project is to be performed.
But that time frame became irrelevant the next day, when the CEO again selectively disclosed--this time intentionally--the material information without issuing a press release.
the agreement would serve no purpose, as it contains no specifics as to project scope, time frame, etc.
Philip Brandl, International Housewares Association president, said his group was committed to move the Housewares Show to a spring time frame and had to work with McCormick Place organizers to get available dates.
Just choreographing in the truest sense of the word, as opposed to being set on a five-minute time frame or a two-minute time frame.
Instead of a 10,000- to 20,000-year time frame, Robert K.
Power is increased by any of the following: (1) enhanced distance with the same force for the same or less amount of time, (2) increased muscular force over the same distance for the same or less amount of time, (3) increased muscular force over a greater distance within the same or less time frame.
While major positive gains have been attained in national legislative programming over the last twenty years, that time frame also has reflected a major onslaught on the Rehabilitation Act and its funding by several national Presidential administrators.