backshift

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backshift

[ˈbækʃɪft] N (Brit) (Ind) → turno m de tarde
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So it was a help to go on to the backshift," said Matthew.
The group of backshift workers - 19 women and bachelor William Murphy - were still celebrating their win last night.
I also do a backshift which means missing training but Maryhill have been okay about that.
She works backshift and finishes work at 10pm but doesn't get home until about 4am Sometimes she says she's working on a Sunday when she clearly isn't, as she takes a change of clothes - the kind of things you'd wear on a night out.
But I'm confident we'll win comfortably in Iceland as I can exclusively reveal that half the Breidablik team are backshift and will miss the match.
Carolyn has a gym membership but can't go if her policeman husband David is on the backshift.
Dad-of-two Clark, from Larkhall, was working backshift repairing and overhauling engines when managers turned up on Halloween 2006 to find out why an order was running behind.
He said axing the backshift at the Scots plant - Britain's second biggest scampi producer - will save pounds 1 million a year.
Works are to be carried out on a backshift working pattern of 12 noon until 8:00pm Mon - Fri
and [Delta] denotes the first difference operator, and H(L), I(L), J(L), K(L) represent vectors of coefficients with the backshift operator in the polynomial L.
There have been occasions when they haven't left until 2am and had to turn up to start the backshift at 12.
Backshift inspections found station personnel to be attentive to assigned responsibilities.