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cut time

n. Music
Duple meter in which the half note is the unit of time.

cut′ time′



n.
a meter or tempo in music using the half note as the basic time unit.
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TO cut time, don't iron pillow cases and sheets until you need them.
Of the districts that both increased time for ELA or math and reduced time in other subjects, 72% cut time by at least 75 minutes per week for one or more of the other subjects.
We had the immediate return on the investment, which was to cut time and put people in the schools quicker.
7-second cut time and the ability to cut six square meters of 52100 bearing steel, according to Tru-Cnt Saw Inc.
The magazine's production has been helped markedly in the past few years by computerization, which has both cut time and boosted quality, Marshall notes.
consumers, Uniradio cut time slated for ads, tweaked outdated play lists and added a San Diego news and traffic report.
For instance, when the wheel contact area is minimized, the wheel can work more efficiently and cut time is reduced.
Jones knows she must get back to the 100 freestyle to be ready for the Olympic Trials and hopes to make the Olympic cut time in the 50 as well.
Pro-Con also has enabled Rex-Rosenlew to tighten the gauge tolerance band by 10% and cut time from start-up to good product by 25%.
Skipping breakfast may do more than cut time and calories from the morning routine.
The new targets cut time from the development of complex embedded systems by allowing engineers to automatically generate and utilize code in mass production ECUs rather than manually creating and integrating it.
ICS says the system will cut time waiting for approvals by 75 per cent to just 24 hours.