Timeful


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Time´ful


a.1.Seasonable; timely; sufficiently early.
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Timeful helps you organize your life, so that you can find the best times in the day for the things you want to do.
India, May 5 -- Google has announced the acquisition of Timeful, an intelligent calendar and time management app.
Work smarter by finally conquering calendars, e-mails, tasks, lists, and notes with top-rated apps such as Timeful, Asana, and Evernote.
Download Timeful from your iPhone App store, you might not have to search for it as it's currently a featured app.
(1.) Stanley Hauerwas, Timeful Friends: Living with the Handicapped, in CRITICAL REFLECTIONS ON STANLEY HAUERWAS' THEOLOGY OF DISABILITY 11, 14 (John Swinton ed., 2004) [hereinafter Hauerwas, Timeful Friends].
"Timeful Friends: Living with the Handicapped." In Zinvolle zorvergverlening: Wat maakt zorgen voor mensen met een verstandelijke handicap zinvol?, edited by Th.
Such pictures are not so much "timeless" as "timeful," since they include an infinite regress of past and future snapshots of a given place.
Stability is required to enter into true communion with God and with others, which is a timeful process.
When I wonder, frustrated, if deferred dreams ever get realized and if waiting ever ends in fulfillment (do good things really come to those who wait?), Keller (1996) offers at best a bleak and oblique response: "Amidst the habitual deferral," she sighs, "the subtler lure of timeful possibility fades into insignificance" (p.