quarter-hourly


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quarter-hourly

[ˈkwɔːtəˈaʊəlɪ]
A. ADVcada cuarto de hora
B. ADJ at quarter-hourly intervalscada cuarto de hora
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The Outpost San Marcos is located at 1647 Post Road within walking distance to the football stadium and approximately seven minutes from the Texas State campus via quarter-hourly public transportation provided by the University.
To meet the objectives of DONG Energy the proposed MDM system shall be capable of receiving quarter-hourly readings of about one million smaller and bigger (>100 000 kWh consumption / year) remote meters from the Smart Metering Infrastructure, to validate and to store the readings persistent over a long period of time.
She said services to Middlesbrough will reduce from eight per hour to three per hour; to Guisborough from quarter-hourly to half-hourly and to Redcar from quarter-hourly to hourly.
MERSEYRAIL will reinstate quarter-hourly train services on the Northern Line from Monday
THE quarter-hourly chimes of Westminster stopped at 8am yesterday as four-weeks of repairs began on a bell in the clock tower.
In addition, quarter-hourly monitoring of the flow of effluent from the site had also shown that the permitted rate was exceeded on 604 occasions between July 20 and September 27, 2004.
However, when one has to go out ten minutes before time because the service is often early and then find oneself waiting 30 minutes as a bus has 'gone missing' from the quarter-hourly schedule, is it any wonder pensioners are only suffering a 'throw you up and down the bus' journey when essential?