presstime

press·time

 (prĕs′tīm′)
n.
The time at which a publication, especially a newspaper, is submitted for printing.
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First day leader Tim Stewart of Australia and the likes of early contenders Thai Tawit Polthai and local ace Justin Quiban, Thai Ratchapol Jantavara were still on the fairways at presstime, trying to sustain their big first round charge but in tougher conditions.
BanKo-Perlas wound up with a 4-6 for fourth but will need to wait for the result of the Motolite-PetroGazz clash being played at presstime time to determine whether the Perlas Spikers would officially nail the last Final Four seat go through a playoff.
Prior to the glitch, eight flights used Gate 108 yesterday without any problems, the agency said The MIAA is repairing Gate 108 as of presstime and is looking into what could have caused the glitch.
Bryan Otico was playing the dead rubber against Kasidit Samrej at presstime.
Literatus' bronze medal was Davao City's 25th as of presstime that went along with eight golds and 19 silvers.
At presstime, there were 16 exhibitors slated for the pavilion: Anatolian Picker, Andy Lloyd, Caravanserai, Collins Gallery, Peter Pap, James Cohen, Daniel Goodman, David Sorgato, DeWitt MallAry, Emir Galerie des Arts Textiles, Fazli Solak, Fred Hazin, Aydin Oriental Carpets, Owen Parry, Tyfik Recai Yaroglu and Yurok Rug Gallery.
At presstime, Calgary Opera also announced the appointment of Christopher Mokrzewski as Resident Conductor, succeeding Gerrard.
At presstime Carrefour had not confirmed that either executive has been released, but a Reuters story cited sources close to the company in reporting their dismissal.
Graf & Sons had all three in stock at presstime.
As of presstime, customers were able to have consultations with doctors and interact with OptumHealth nurses via NowClinic Online Care in consultation rooms at nine Rite Aid pharmacies in the Detroit area.
While its members struggle under a punishing economic downturn and a secular transition to digital, the Newspaper Association of America is cutting its staff by 50% and will cease publication of the print edition of the magazine Presstime.
These tricked-out replacements for the venerable 2025 were too new to test at presstime but sure looked sweet on the floor at Lund's annual dealer meeting last September.