Untime

Related to Untime: pococurante, practical

Un`time´


n.1.An unseasonable time.
A man shall not eat in untime.
- Chaucer.
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For this, we need to propose a solution in order to adapt the hotel booking process to the unexpected changes that can occur at untime in order to satisfy without shutting down the system.
NEWCASTLE United have been dealt a major blow ahead of their trip to West Ham after Tim Krul picked up an untime ly injury.
My name, my birth, my heritage, my understanding and my insight seemed to approximate a character within the time untime that I could latch onto and formulate a system of peace.
Denouncing or renouncing story, or denying its value, catapults one into a bleak world, whether the Imam's world of Untime, or the world of many modern governments, in which numbers reign and people are mere statistics.
And, after the revolution: "Now every clock in the capital city of Desh begins to chime, and goes on unceasingly, beyond twelve, beyond twenty-four, beyond one thousand and one, announcing the end of Time, the hour that is beyond measuring, the hour of the exile's return, of the victory of water over wine, of the commencement of the Untime of the Imam.
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