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nonpeak

(ˌnɒnˈpiːk)
n
a period of low demand; off-peak

off′-peak′



adj.
of, pertaining to, or during a period of less than maximum frequency, demand, intensity, or use.
[1915–20]
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"A loyalty program can be a key factor for influencing where and how frequently customers shop now, during other peak shopping seasons and especially during nonpeak seasons.
During weekdays, rail transit passenger flows usually change from morning peak hours to nonpeak hours and then to evening peak hours.
Totonis pointed out that e-prescribing allows pharmacy staff to fill prescriptions earlier and during nonpeak hours and lets them focus more of their time on patients when they pick up their medications.
School A, in the clear area, is located about 3.5 km away from primary roads (arterial roads) and has low traffic density (1,528 cars/ hr in nonpeak traffic time, 15 August 2004).
Call during nonpeak hours, on Wednesdays, Thursdays or Fridays, preferably during the morning.
Since most backup software applications require client servers to be backed up one at a time, scheduling backups during nonpeak hours--typically 8:00 p.m.
VecTest may be useful in early season screening, when rates of positives are typically low, or in nonpeak areas.
Patients reported with coccidioidomycosis were divided into four groups based on inclusion in peak or nonpeak periods and year of disease.
To determine whether telecommuting is a viable option, a firm might wish to implement a pilot program starting in its nonpeak months.
When public bicycle was used as a first-mile mode, three parts of the trip chain in the evening peak are all longer than morning peak or even nonpeak hours.
There is little difference between peak and nonpeak hours.