block time


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block time

The period from the moment the chocks are withdrawn and brakes released, or moorings dropped, to the return to rest or take-up of moorings after the flight.
Translations
temps de vol réel
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In most hospitals, OR time is allocated in blocks, but most ORs have poor control over how block time is structured and managed.
log on to the Abu Dhabi Judicial Department's website and block time with a
The Sandiganbayan has acquitted Lipa City Mayor Meynardo Sabili from his conflict of interest case, as prosecutors failed to establish the local official's actual involvement in the business of his long-time partner and now-wife when the city entered into a block time agreement with her radio station.
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What might work for orthopedics might not suit a general surgeon, creating havoc with scheduling block time.
The channels have a Rayleigh-fading distributed, which keeps constant over the block time T and varies independently and identically from one block to the other.
05), and the mean duration sensory block time was significantly longer in intravenous magnesium group than in other groups (p<0.
Rather than make a simple to-do list, block time in your calendar to work on specific tasks.
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Move to another room or do something as simple as closing the door to your office during the focus block time.
Block time on your calendar to work on items in quadrants 1 and 2.