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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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Minister of Justice Bassam Talhouni said the multi-stakeholder remote video proceedings project is aimed at speeding up litigation, cut time, effort and cost and avoid the physical transportation of those involved high-profile crimes.
Charlene Willis wrote: "He seriously thinks a judge is going to cut time off his prison sentence?
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