delayed opening


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delayed opening

n
(Aeronautics) aeronautics the automatic opening of a parachute after a predetermined delay to allow the parachutist to reach a particular height
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Presently when her letters came his heart sank: he delayed opening them, for he knew what they would contain, angry reproaches and pathetic appeals; they would make him feel a perfect beast, and yet he did not see with what he had to blame himself.
Malloy today announced that all state offices will have a one-hour delayed opening on Thursday, March 8, 2018, due to inclement weather conditions.
In addition to the construction schedule and rectifying the remaining building deficiencies, the financial issues arising from the delayed opening date were discussed.
Martin believes the pressure on Hearts played a part in the chaos with Levein's men winless in six games and the delayed opening of the new main stand adding to the club's frustration.
Schools had delayed opening or were closed in parts of all six New England states.
Speaking about the property's delayed opening, Hurkmans added: "We looked at the project and came up with some better ideas for the food and beverage.
One of the suspects, a 60-year-old man, responded to the officers' knock on the door but delayed opening.
In September 2015, Krey confirmed Mall of Qatar has delayed opening of its mega facility until the end of the third quarter of 2016.
The most prominent violations included those committed by individual candidates, and the delayed opening of a number of polling stations.
This innovative program will offer Preschool, Preschool Wrap Around, Delayed Opening Child Care, Child Enrichment, School Break Camps Summer Camps, and Adult Education Programs.
PureGym declined to comment when the ECHO approached them for details about the delayed opening and planned opening date.
Worcester and Fitchburg canceled school, after first announcing a delayed opening.
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