staggered start

staggered start

For races run around bends, starts are staggered so that all runners cover the same distance.
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Various projects in the bundle will have staggered start times, and the work will be executed in parallel, Stenta said.
Kindergartners will have a staggered start schedule, and will attend school only one of the first three days of Sept.
Racing restarts at midday on Saturday (June 20) when the yachts will leave in a staggered start sequence at the same intervals as they arrived from Lorient.
There were staggered start times from 10am on Sunday to give the dogs plenty of room - and lots of water stations for thirsty pups.
We bowled well against Richmondshire, but we were probably a bit lacking with the bat because of our staggered start.
Unlike the festive ceremonial start, which is designed to let fans interact with mushers, the staggered start in Fairbanks is all business for participants.
The other two distances will have a staggered start at around 8.
Key concerns centred on the specific needs of varying age groups and of shared staff and pupil ethos; staggered start times, uniform, school name and logo; school transport and catchment areas, and job losses and changes for children.
In some cases, a simple reallocation of labor or a staggered start of shifts could drive conversion by one or more points, translating into an impressive comparable sales and revenue opportunity.
The staggered start will also mean that the pupils can avoid rush-hour traffic.
Moreover, the staggered start dates of the amendments mean insurers have to navigate a maze.
Now fully operational after a staggered start its 460 luxuriously appointed rooms and suites present the largest inventory of hotel rooms in the country.