late time

late time

Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. US Department of Defense 2005.
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She saw in this, but a return of the simple pleasures they had once enjoyed, a relief from the gloomy solitude in which she had lived, an escape from the heartless people by whom she had been surrounded in her late time of trial, the restoration of the old man's health and peace, and a life of tranquil happiness.
Enough that in the present case, as in millions, it was not the two halves of a perfect whole that confronted each other at the perfect moment; a missing counterpart wandered independently about the earth waiting in crass obtuseness till the late time came.
Creating ones were first of all peoples, and only in late times individuals; verily, the individual himself is still the latest creation.
And though the iniquity of late times have made clergymen meanly valued, and the sacred name of priest contemptible, yet I will labor to make it honorable.
But there’s a place, a short two miles back of that very hill, that in late times I relished better than the mountains: for it was more covered with the trees, and nateral.”
"It is our concern that these modifications will further encourage the use of the outdoor area at such a late time, which will in turn increase the levels of noise, drunkenness and foul language we are subjected to and can at times hear over our own TV in the living room, and through our bedroom window when we try to sleep.
That's more than twice the number who could vote the late time the FNC elections took place, in October 2015.
It was an unusually late time to announce an injury.
Richard, who speaks to his wife three timesweek, said she is desperate to another baby but fears it will be too late time she is released.
"Collectively, our results showed durable responses and long-term survival with nivolumab monotherapy, with no new AEs developing at late time points," they concluded.
The averaged pole values were calculated from the average of the eighteen samples of the successive poles which were extracted in the late time. In the case of the STMPM without filtering the antenna effects, the averaged poles obtained from the use of the different antennas were significantly different although the same object was under consideration.
In general, analysing quantum decay processes one can distinguish the following phases [8,9]: (i) the early time initial phase, (ii) the canonical or exponential phase (when the decay law has the exponential form), and (iii) the late time nonexponential phase.