pass time


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pass time

In road transport, the time that elapses between the moment when the leading vehicle of a column passes a given point and the moment when the last vehicle passes the same point.
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Focusing on the therapeutic pass time can actually turn that response down, and relax the brain.
Sponsoring a car in such a well-known television show as Pass Time allows our clients to connect with Celergy in a non-business environment and raises awareness for Celergy's services in an entertaining way.
Few things pass time between friends more effectively than bombarding one another with sports trivia.
Back home in Dudley, West Mids, he went to pass time on his PlayStation.
A resonant calling card from Korean Academy of Film Art prof Sung Ji-hae, the pic reps a strong crop of recent indic Korean rifles, and will pass time at fests and specialized situations.
The Aqua satellite acquires daytime images (a local pass time of 1:30 P.
VAN NUYS -- As they pass time on the corner of Kester and Oxnard streets looking for work, day laborers tell stories.
So, today I prefer the more sedentary pass time of sitting on my rear end and paddling my kayak
Reduce medication pass time by 30%-40%, allowing staff to spend more time on other duties or care giving.
Thousands of children under 12 and teenagers are endangering their health every hour of the day by keeping their mobile phones switched on and close to them so as to read the latest text message from a friend or pass time playing one of a number of games.
The quarterbacks, who may have worked on drop and sprint-out steps during individual time, can join the receivers, tight ends, and wingbacks for pass skeleton during group pass time.