full time


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full time

n
(General Sporting Terms) the end of a football or other match. Compare half-time
Translations

full time

1. n (Sport) → fine f partita
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Sapsea's monument having had full time to settle and dry, let me take your opinion, as a man of taste, on the inscription I have (as I before remarked, not without some little fever of the brow) drawn out for it.
She is nothing to me, compared with you;" and she was in full time to hear her father say, "My dear madam, this must not be.
There was no second letter to explain away the first from Miss Crawford; there was no intelligence from Mansfield, though it was now full time for her to hear again from her aunt.
The number of FTE employees is determined by calculating the average number of monthly hours of service by all employees who worked less than full time (but capped at 120 hours for any single employee) and dividing by 120 (Prop.
Full time faculty encourage adjunct participation in governance and curriculum development--not just for efficient division of labor but also for more effective implementation of policies (Edmondson & Fisher, 2003).
The second major difference is the fact that attending class while working full time immerses students in a literal living laboratory where ideas that were presented the night before get tested the next day when solving a thorny problem.
There is a movement to organize collective bargaining for adjuncts, however, as Professor Roueche (League for Innovation) indicates, the money is not there to hire more full time staff and part timers are plentiful.
Since overworked employees enjoy little opportunity for family life or the devel opment of skills and interests inside or outside those jobs, they can all too easily come to resent those who, for whatever reasons, are not working full time and receive even meager support from the government.
Evidence gathered with respect to his initial period of full time program participation demonstrates that major components of his life in terms of roles, daily performance, and in his self image were adversely affected by the demands of a full time schedule.
Both men and women working part time involuntarily were more than five times as likely to live in poverty as those working full time.
The number of full time jobs has fallen by 669,000 since 2008.
Many of the adjuncts would like to be full time or be on a tenure track, but those positions aren't available.